Roberto (architect) and Rodolfo (maestro d’arte) co-founders of the Art Gallery Studio Iguarnieri and Iguarnieri sign, were born in Florence respectively in 1956 and 1963. Guarnieri’s family workshop was established in 1944 in the Lungarno Benvenuto Cellini 39, San Niccolò neighbourhood were now it turned into their unique florentine contemporary Bottega.
The multiple hands work is inspired by the ideal of the florentine workshop of the Renaissance.
Contemporary fresco paintings surfaces, traditional techniques with modern materials, Florentine design approaches in a quick time execution work.
Currently, many Iguarnieri paintings are in private and public collections in Europe, USA, Australia, Asia. In 2005 we started making “on site” fresco paintings in Florence, Italy, United States, Luxemburg, Moscow, Dubai, for individual customers as well as public and private Companies.
“Iguarnieri, creates contemporary art in Florence, working as the Old Masters used to, which means: “at the traditional studio”. My brother and I along other artist and collaborators we create artworks with antique techniques and modern approach, for the art lovers as well as ourselves. For those whom love and appreciate Italian art and beauty with high quality standars.
The history, the culture, the experience from our past and our loves, Giotto’s Bottega, Botticelli’s damsels, Modigliani’s nude, Picasso’s Portraits, Andy Warhol and The Factory, the Turner’s atmosphere, transforming and becoming contemporary art.
It all began in 2000 with our first exhibition of fresco paintings made in the studio while we continues our jobs of forniture and interior architecture.
Since then, for 18 years now, we have worked in small and large operas all over Italy and abroad also by private patron commission, which have received favorable approval and confirmation. We have also participated in several painting and sculpture competitions, with our winning operas now permanently displayed in institutional places in Italy and abroad.
Our creative perception is to represent artistic themes in the humanity around us, with a Florentine influence. The old’s master’s work is the foundation always of our making art in painting as in sculpture.”