The present sale starts with a selection of works of leading 19th Century's artists working in Italy and in Europe. The Corsia dei Servi commissioned by Francesco Peloso to Canella and dated 1833 is a beautiful image of life in Milan at the beginning of the 19th Century. Among the "international artists" the sale includes a very nice "London' impression" signed by De Nittis and a street view of a village south of Paris painted by Signorini in the 1870's, moreover Issupoff's astonishing view of Samarcanda's Registan and a Paul Troubetzkoy bronze sculpture.
The second section of the sale is dedicated to furniture, majolica and silver. Among the group of majolica there are two nice Casteldurante ewers dated 1618, while the Piedmontese furniture includes an important group of Chinoiseries among which a set of four carved and giltwood mirrors, an Arte Povera painted wood side-board mid 18th Century. Also interesting is a rare 18th Century Italian glass painting representing a Roman Capriccio. Moreover a very important Venetian lacquered and painted wood console third quarter of 18th Century and a set of eight stained wood chairs after Thomas Hope's design.
The sale closes with a selection of books and prints.