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This project brings together important examples of Madrid painting from the reigns of Philip III (1598-1621), Philip IV (1621-1665) and Charles II (1665-1700), the period known as the so-called Spanish Golden Age, it aims to draw attention through numerous little-known or previously unpublished works to the importance of the painting produced in the area of Madrid in all its different genres (religious, portraiture, still life, etc).

Launch of the Colnaghi Foundation
The foundation is the brainchild of Jorge Coll and Nicolás Cortés, the owners of Colnaghi, whose determination to inject new blood into the world of Old Masters is already provoking interest and excitement.

Our mission is to foster appreciation, enjoyment and study of pre-twentieth-century artworks and antiquities in the Western European tradition. By creating the Henry Clay Fricks, Archer Milton Huntingtons and Isabella Stewart Gardeners of the future, we safeguard and increase the rich legacy of the great collectors of the 19th and early 20th centuries. By using an on-line platform to disseminate new research, exhibitions and learning experiences, we bring together scholars, institutions, and collectors, and reach out to a wider audience through web-based public engagement initiatives.

Have a look at our past exhibition
Until December 8th London Art Week is holding it's inaugural Winter event, celebrating an array of exceptional art from across the past seven millennia.

An eye-opening and unique opportunity to come and explore, enjoy and discover world-class art in the heart of London. Hosted across more than forty of the capital's most notable galleries, as well as three leading auction houses, we will be welcoming visitors from around the globe to experience our world class art up close. With a myriad of objects on display, from ancient sculptures to Old Master drawings and Impressionist paintings, there will be something for everyone whether you are a seasoned collector or just curious to learn more about art.

Donated by Colnaghi to the Detroit Institute of Arts in honor of Salvador Salort-Pons

Our stand at TEFAF Maastricht
As said by The New York Times "The London gallery Colnaghi, re-energized by its recent merger with the Madrid and London dealers Coll & Cortés, was one of the few old master specialists registering big-ticket sales. A rediscovered baroque still life of fruit in a basket by Bartolomeo Cavarozzi..."