Upcoming Art Fair
Colnaghi returns to Park Avenue and its prestigious Armory’s second-floor period rooms for the third edition of TEFAF NY Fall.

This year the gallery shows a wide selection of antiquities, curated by Carlos Picón, combined with museum-quality artworks - including recent acquisitions - with a strong focus on Italian and Spanish painting and sculpture from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

Current exhibition New York
From the Bronze Age (3300 B.C.) to the emergence of the Roman empire (31 B.C.): Stone vessels from three ancient cultures.

Vessels have been used since the beginning of civilization for a variety of purposes ranging from utilitarian to ceremonial. They were made from materials as abundant as clay and stone or as precious as silver and gold. This exhibition focuses on stone vessels primarily from three ancient cultures - Egyptian, Cycladic, and Bactrian.

Recent Art Fair
Colnaghi went back to Frieze Masters with a strong presence of antiquities surrounded by Old Master Paintings.

Frieze Masters featured more than 130 leading modern and historical art galleries from around the world, showcasing art from the ancient era and Old Masters to the late 20th century every year. Colnaghi was delighted to once again take part in London's most important art fair.

Past exhibition London
The Art of Spain and Naples. This exhibition explored the artistic exchanges between Spain and Naples - culminating in the Art of the Baroque.

This exhibition explored the artistic exchanges between Spain and Naples, culminating with art of the baroque. The Italian city was ruled by Spain from 1503 to 1714 prompting a long period of cultural exchange, with Spanish artists travelling to Naples and Neopolitan artists thriving in Spain. Early highlights of the exhibition include a sculpture of Mars by the Italian artist Giovanni da Nola (documented from 1508-1553), commissioned by his Spanish patron and viceroy of Naples, the 2nd Duke of Cardona; Stoic Thinker, a striking and rarely-seen figure of a philosopher by the artist known as the Master of the Annunciation of the Shepherds (1604-1654), who thrived in Naples having believed to have travelled from his native Spain; and Saint Francis of Assisi, an important work by Pedro de Mena (1628-1688), one of the most celebrated sculptors of the Spanish Golden Age.

Past exhibition NYC
Two outstanding Pre-Columbian Collections: An Andean Ceramic Bestiary & a Group of Sculptured Stone Mace Heads.

Colnaghi is proud to present two related collections of Pre-Columbian art lovingly and intelligently assembled over three decades: a superb group of 32 Andean and Central American stone mace heads, and a representative gathering of 43 Andean animal effigy vessels. These last Andean vessels span close to three millennia, from the so-called Initial Period in the Andes (circa 1200 BC) to the Spanish conquest of that area in the sixteenth century.

Past exhibition Madrid
A dialogue between Old Master still lifes and the photographs of contemporary American artist Paulette Tavormina.

Art is a continuum: the past and present are timeless, woven together with gossamer threads. When captured in a photograph or a painting, a still life gives immortality to a single moment in all its beauty and fragility. So still lifes are perhaps the most timeless of pictures. This show featuring contemporary photography alongside a selection of the gallery’s quintessential Old Master paintings is the culmination of shared passion and immense dedication to life itself.

Still lifes are perhaps the most timeless of pictures - this exhibition dedicated to still lifes, consisting of selected Old Master paintings alongside the photographs of contemporary American artist Paulette Tavormina.
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Jorge Coll, CEO Colnaghi, at The New York Times Conference Art Leaders Network in Berlin discussing "The Preoccupation with Contemporary Art" with Tobias Meyer and James Rondeau.

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The foundation is the brainchild of Jorge Coll and Nicolás Cortés, owners of Colnaghi, whose determination to engage a new audience to 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.