The Galleria Altomani & Sons, based in Milan and Pesaro, was born from the strength and passion of its founders: Giancarlo Ciaroni and Anna Maria Altomani, a passion passed on to his eldest son Andrea, who has been working alongside them for two years.
Painting, ancient majolica and sculpture, mainly Italian between the 12th and 17th centuries, are at the center of the Gallery's interest.
The experience of Giancarlo Ciaroni, Anna Maria Altomani and Andrea Ciaroni has allowed to create, over the years, a collection of works of art of the highest quality, reaching the highest levels of the National and International Antiques Market, as well as ensuring their presence in the most prestigious Italian and European antiques exhibitions, including The Fine Art Fair of Maastricht, the International Antiques Biennial of Florence, the Antiques Exhibition of Modena and the Russian Antiques Salon of Moscow.
Always committed to operating in a targeted and selective, the Altomani Gallery avails itself of the advice of the world's leading art experts as well as collaborating with major Italian and International Museums, including Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Musuem of Fine Arts of Houston, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, National Gallery of Whashington, the National Gallery of the Marche, the Municipal Art Gallery of Ancona, the Museum of the Cassa di Risparmio Foundation of Bologna, the Castello Sforzesco Museum of Milan, the Art Gallery Modern Milan, the Venice Academy Gallery, the Palazzo Rosso Museum in Genoa, the San Marco Museum in Florence.
The commitment of Andrea Ciaroni, graduated in 2001 in History of Art at the University of Florence, has allowed the publication in 2004 of the volume Maioliche del Quattrocento in Pesaro. Fragments of ceramic art history from the workshop of the Fedeli and in 2007 the second volume of the series Dai Medici al Bargello. bronzes of the Renaissance, the fifteenth century , as well as specific publications relating to works by prominent names in the Italian artistic scene, such as Pietro Bracci, Sebastiano Ceccarini, Lorenzo Veneziano, Francesco Fanelli, Antonio Begarelli.
The Gallery is a member of the Italian Antiquari Association, the Italian Federation of Art Merchants and CINOA