Although we focus on the Hispanic Old Masters, this factor has been evident throughout the European and American market, echoing in different magazines and publications.
We must also take into account the magnificent results of the Tefaf Maastricht fair, where the presence of medieval and Renaissance works of art has been highly celebrated due to their high quality level and their exceptional nature, many of them unpublished and, therefore, , quite a surprise for art lovers.
Is this situation, an evidence of the return of the interest for Old Masters becoming evident as a differentiatinf element among younger collectors?
At Arte Liberata, 1937 – 1947. Capolavori salvati dalla Guerra, reality surpasses fiction.
It shows the episode of the rescue of the Italian artistic heritage at risk of being bombed, deliberately destroyed by German troops and plundered by Adolf Hitler, Herman Göring and their henchmen.
At a time when it is so fashionable to get out of the comfort zone, Arte Liberata, 1937 – 1947. Capolavori saved from the Warheld at Le Scuderie del Quirinale in Rome, makes available to the general public, artistic, documentary, photographic and audiovisual testimonies that show one of the rawest episodes of contemporary Italian and European history.
In an era of immediacy, over-information and collective unrest, where there is no time for individual reflection or sensory perception, it is essential to generate meeting spaces for reasoning and understanding.