Founded in Bologna in 1986 on the initiative of Enzo Savoia, Bottegantica is a gallery specializing in 19th- and 20th-century Italian paintings. In 2010, the gallery opened a new location in the heart of Milan, in Via Manzoni 45, to which a second exhibition space was added in 2015.
Bottegantica has rediscovered extraordinary masterpieces, such as the Saltimbanco con violino by Antonio Mancini; The Summer Stroll by Giovanni Boldini; Un angolo di Place de la Concorde a Parigi by Giuseppe De Nittis; Place Pigalle by Federico Zandomeneghi; Il parco di Villa Borghese by Giacomo Balla and Omaggio a Seurat by Massimo Campigli.
Bottegantica is regularly present at prestigious fairs, such as TEFAF Maastricht, TEFAF New York, Florence Biennale, Masterpiece London, Paris Biennale, London Art Week and Flashback. In addition to its normal commercial activity, Bottegantica offers a rich program of exhibitions dedicated to the most important artists and movements of the 19th and 20th centuries in Italy.
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