QuiArte offers Fine Art, Antiques and Vintage at reasonable price.
Guercino - Giovanni Francesco Barbieri (Cento1591-1666)
23,500 GBP ~$36,195 USD
1920's inspired, Theatre Hand-made, beaded and pearled Dress - High Couture
625 GBP ~$962 USD
Circle of Adriaen Van Stalbemt (1580- 1662 Antwerp) - XVII Century Flemish ...
1,465 GBP ~$2,256 USD
Seven Important Chinese famille rose grisaille decorated dishes, Qianlong ...
4,800 GBP ~$7,393 USD
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As this is an on line shop, please review the item you are considering to buy carefully, address any queries/questions, ask any additional information and satisfy yourself before you purchase. We work with scholars and art historians and each item offered is carefully assessed. We value our customers and will endeavour to do all we can in the unlikely event that a client is not happy with its purchase. In addition, we do of course adhere to the full return policy designated by Ruby Lane.
About UsQuiArte Profile
Qui Arte is registered as a Cultural Association in Italy and, in this capacity, we help scholars and artists to organize exhibitions. These include: 'Guercino: Lucretia and Handel' at The Foundling Museum, London (17 September 2013 - 26 January 2014); 'G. Fioroni: Myths, Fairy Tales, Reality and Illusion' at The Foundling Museum, London (19 June -14 September 2008): 'Massimo Pulini: Diacronie' (19 October - 29 November 2006) at The Italian Institute of Culture, London; 'Guercino: St Francis Recovered' shown at Novara, Palazzo Vescovile, and London (9th November 2006 - 28 January 2007); and 'Guercino as Master Draughtsman, Drawings from the Mahon Collection', The Ashmolean Museum at Oxford and the City of Cento shown at Dulwich Picture Gallery in London, in January 2006. We helped to organize “Baroque Painting in Genoa” shown at the National Gallery in London on 13th March – 16 June 2002; “L’Arianna di Guido Reni” shown at Musei Capitolini in Rome and at the Pinacoteca in Bologna on 18th September 2002 – 12th January 2003; “Guercino – Poesia e Sentimento nella Pittura del Seicento” shown on 6th November 2003 – 30th September 2004 at Palazzo Reale in Milan and Ala Mazzoniana Museum in Rome.
As part of our aim to facilitate the organization of in-focus exhibitions, we also help artists and scholars to secure funding and sponsorships, and one of the founding members of Qui Arte had many years of experience in the financial industry. Our Cultural Association activities are non-profit oriented. We simply help art students, historians, scholars and museums to organize and fund exhibitions for public enjoyment.
If you wish to inspect in person any of the works which appear in our listings or on our web pages , or wish to enquire about our services, please email us.