Furniture and Paintings from the Ancient Fattoria Franceschini, partly [..]
Furniture and Paintings from the Ancient Fattoria Franceschini, partly from Villa I Pitti
fri 1 - thu 14 October 2021
Online only auction 1-14 October 2021 online bids on website: www.maisonbibelot.com
The ancient Fattoria Franceschini in Lecore (Florence) opens its doors to show its collections that will be auctioned at the Maison Bibelot from 1 to 14 October. During the three days of exhibition it will be possible to admire the splendid collection of paintings from Villa I Pitti, the historic residence of the homonymous family, which in the past belonged to the current owners of the farm. In addition to the numerous portraits, both of the Medici and Pitti families, six unpublished paintings by Giuseppe Zocchi will be presented, recently published by Prof. Sandro Bellesi in a catalog dedicated to the Masters of the Eighteenth Century. These architectural whims were carried out for Villa I Pitti to adorn the doors of a hall, to which they are still applied today. From Villa I Pitti also come some pairs of lacquered and gilded wooden consoles, some of which with splendid tops in Medici breccia and other important furnishings including a refined fireplace in white Carrara marble attributed to Stefano Ricci. As in all House Sale, in addition to historical furnishings, an infinite variety of curiosities and objects from other times are present at auction that will delight fans and collectors.
We inform you that the Fattoria Franceschin is for sale, for information: 055 295089 - firstname.lastname@example.org
2, 3 and 4 October 2021 timing: 10-13/15-19 Fattoria Franceschini Piazza di Lecore, 1 - Lecore (Florence)
How to get to Lecore from Florence:
Take Via Pistoiese until “the Indicator”, follow for Pistoia and enter in Via Vingone. Straight for about 3 km, after passing the Circolo Arci SMS L'Angelo, at the traffic light turn left into Via Bardazzi. Follow the road until you will arrive to Piazza di Lecore.
We warn our customers that to visit the exhibition it will be necessary to show the Covid Green-pass.