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TEFAF Maastricht 2023: Antonacci Lapicirella Fine Art (Rome)

With TEFAF Maastricht just around the corner, Antonacci Lapicirella Fine Art shares its highlights for the 2023 edition.

Paul Louis Joseph BERTHON, Les Musiciennes dans un parc (Musicians in a park), 1906. Courtesy of

As every year, Antonacci Lapicirella Fine Art is showcasing carefully selected works of some of the greatest European painters and sculptors of the 19th and 20th century. Antonacci Lapicirella Fine Art (Rome) has a tradition for bringing together masterpieces of museum quality and we are recognized by both private and institutional collectors.

One of our highlights includes a panel of Avvenimento d’arte e di cultura (1906 – 23), part of a frieze by Giulio Aristide SARTORIO. This is the third and largest of three parts of the gallery’s important rediscovery of which two panels were showcased at TEFAF Maastricht 2022 and that were recently acquired by the prestigious Musée d’Orsay in Paris.

Another highlight of this year’s booth is a surprising masterpiece by Italian painter Giacomo BALLA, Le quattro Stagioni (The Four Seasons) from 1940. Known as one of Italians leading futurist painters, these four early, striking red paintings surprise with their unusual and innovative character, confirming that the artist was a tireless avant-garde exponent. Drawing on the popular imagery of magazines, comics, and television, Balla anticipated a movement that would 30 years later be known as Pop Art.

Another discovery of the gallery planned for TEFAF: the only known painting on panel by Paul Louis Joseph BERTHON, the celebrated French Symbolist and lithograph artist. The rediscovery of Les Musiciennes dans un parc (Musicians in a park) is a “one-off” in the artist’s artistic production and was exhibited at the Palais-Salon in Paris in 1906.

Discover also Austrian artist Ernst NEPO's "Blue Portraits", a series strongly inspired by the secessionist environment, with a particular eye on the highly radical style of Egon Schiele, leading exponent of the Expressionist movement.

Visitors are welcome at booth 328 to discover more highlights and masterpieces.

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