Giorgio Baratti

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Talking to Giorgio...

Talking to Giorgio means listening to the narration of the stories of old friends recalled, of scholars present or now distant, in the same way as of men of economics and science.
Andrea Emiliani

Who is Giorgio Baratti

Tuscan by birth and Milanese by adoption, Giorgio Baratti is an expert in ancient art who has been working in the antiques and art valuation sector for decades.
An internationally established antiques dealer and perfect connoisseur of the History of Art, Giorgio Baratti has been working in the antiques sector since 1964, first between Pisa and Florence, then in Milan, where he founded Giorgio Baratti Arte Antica in 1982.
A profound expert in the history of art and always attentive to the evolution of collecting, over the years he has consolidated his activity, establishing himself as one of the most esteemed and recognized professionals at a national and international level.
The professionalism acquired during a long and qualified experience has led him to develop in-depth and diversified skills, pushing him to continuously search for valuable works of art as well as antiquities of undoubted historical-aesthetic value to offer to collectors and enthusiasts.

Giorgio Baratti was a consultant at the Metropolitan Museum in New York , at the National Gallery in Washington and at the National Museum in Warsaw , as well as consultant for the Antiques Catalog no. 3 and 4 of 1993/1994 , Giorgio Mondadori Editore. For some years he was on the Board of Directors of Finarte and subsequently, until 2002/2003, General Superintendent of the Antiques Departments .

Its galleries have taken part in numerous market exhibitions, the most important of which include the MINT (Milan International Antiques and Modern Art Fair), the INTERNATIONALE of Via Turati at the Permanente in Milan, the GOTHA in Parma, the Collezionismo Internazionale in Palazzo Venezia, Rome, and the Florence Antiques Biennale .

Among the museum institutions that have acquired works passed through Giorgio Baratti in recent years, the Paul Getty Museum in Malibu and the Louvre Museum deserve mention.

Baratti's vast expertise and mature experience accredit him as curator of numerous private collections of great national and international patrons.

The promotion of the works is also done through exhibitions accompanied by catalogs and loans on the occasion of large exhibitions in museums.
From 6 February to 11 April 2010, the municipality of Cesena paid homage to the figure of Giorgio Baratti with a scientific exhibition curated by prof. Massimo Pulini entitled Lo Studiolo di Baratti, where some of the works of art in his possession were exhibited and published.
Prof. spoke about Baratti. Andrea Emiliani, prof. Claudio Strinati, prof. Giancarlo Sestieri, prof. Giancarlo Gentilini and prof. Nicola Spinosa.

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