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ANTIQUARIATO
Arte antica, arti decorative, cultura, collezionismo


Page 70 of the magazine featured a photograph of a piece of 18th century katar (tiger knife) from the Ethnologica collection, on occasion of the exibition "Maharaja. The Splendour of India's Royal Courts" in V&A Museum, London.

October 2009
Asian Art
May 2009

The Asian Art Newspaper offers a snapshot of what's happening in the world of Asian art around the globe.
Per promuovere la V mostra d’Arte Orientale BOAF di Brussel, Asian Art Newspaper pubblica la fotografia della scultura di un nobiluomo indiano in marmo bianco, alta cm. 168, firmata dallo scultore MS Nagappa e datata 1928.
Orientation
June 2009



Published in Hong Kong and distributed worldwide, Orientations has been delighting collectors and connoisseurs of Asian art for forty years. Every issue is an authoritative source of information on the many and varied aspects of the arts of East Asia, the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia and provides invaluable insights into the international Asian art market, analyzing activities at major auctions in London, New York, Hong Kong, Beijing and other centres to reveal the latest price and collecting trends.
Per promuovere la mostra d’Arte Orientale BOAF di Brussel, Orientation cita “Ethnologica ... will have a range of Indian and Islamic art, including a marble sculpture of an Indian noble man, carved in 1928 by M. S. Nagappa, from the renowned Indian sculptor family. Filippi will also show one of the few extant copies of Iqbalnama-i Jahangiri (The Chronicles of Jahangir), dating from 1731, which features 36 miniatures and details the history of Mughal India from Akbar to Jahangir”.
La Gazzetta dell'Antiquariato

Page 43 of the magazine featured some photographs of a pieces from the Ethnologica collection, on occasion of the Gotha: International Antiques Exhibition in Parma.

February 2009
ANTIQUARIATO
Arte antica, arti decorative, cultura, collezionismo

Page 104 of the magazine featured a photograph of a piece of 19th century crystal chair from the Ethnologica collection, on occasion of the Gotha: International Antiques Exhibition in Parma.

November 2008
Il Giornale dell'Arte

Page 92 of the magazine "Il Giornale dell'Arte" featured a photograph of a 17th century Indian dagger from the Ethnologica collection, on occasion of Gotha: International Antiques Exhibition in Parma.

November 2008
Monsieur
La rivista dell'uomo extravagante

The magazine published the photographs of two "Indian seats in crystal with a brass core covered in silk brocade, from the second half of the 19th century (Ethnologica, Forlì)" on page 138, as part of the article "Nel Gotha del tempo".

November 2008


Libero
Quotidiano d'informazione

The article "Investire nell'Arte. Sculture, gioielli, tappeti da collezione: contro la crisi il mercato punta sulla bellezza", mentions"...pieces of the history of western art to which eastern findings have been flanked such as…..the elaborate 18th century Islamic hat from Ethnologica, embroidered with gold, pearls and rubies, in northern India". The daily included a photo of the hat amongst the pictures of "masterpieces on show" at the biennial Gotha antiques fair in Parma.

9th November 2008
Monsieur
La rivista dell'uomo extravagante

In the article "La città dei tesori. Le sue vie, ideate da uno scenografo di fama, conducono a gallerie d'arte. Torna Gotha, mostra internazionale d'antiquariato. A Parma dall'8 novembre", the magazine published the photograph of a small crystal armchair on page 41, along with the following description "sophisticated piece of furniture in crystal, with a brass core and covered in brocade, commissioned by an important Indian dignitary at the end of the 19th century, from Ethnologica, (Forlì)".

October 2008

Ville e giardini
Case nel verde



"Romantic farmhouse. At the gates of Forlì, Cristina Casadei has returned a typical country farmhouse to its former glory, where antique and modern pieces cohabit”. On page 89, "...The two ancient sandstone statues in the lounge depicting the Indian goddess of fertility were purchased from Forlì antique dealer Andrea Filippi, Via Maroncelli ..."

March 2008
CHARTA
Antiquariato - Collezionismo - Mercato

Page 16 of the magazine CHARTA featured a photograph of a codex of the Gospels written in Arabic, dated 1775, from Syria. It is leather-bound and has silver plates.

November - December 2007
ANTIQUARIATO
Arte antica, arti decorative, cultura, collezionismo

ANTIQUARIATO published the picture of an Indian horse in teak belonging to Ethnologica. The life-sized asva, the sacred name for the horse, dates back to the 19th century. In the text of the article entitled "Fra Arte e Curiosità" (Amidst Art and Curiosities) there is also a mention of "...a topi, an Islamic hat made with pearls, rubies and gold thread and a Koran manuscript dated 1564". On page 122, the sandstone Mughal panel, chini khana, recalls the antiques fair in Milan.

November 2007
IO DONNA
Supplement to Corriere della Sera newspaper

The magazine mentions two codices from the Ethnologica collection. An 18th century Gospel written in Arabic from Syria, and a 17th century Turkish talismanic scroll.

November 2007 - no. 44
CHARTA
Antiquariato - Collezionismo - Mercato

Page 16 of the magazine CHARTA published a photograph of an Iranian Koran manuscript belonging to Ethnologica. The notes of possession attribute the manuscript to Abd Mohammad Hassan al-Hosseini Rez.

July - August 2007
ANTIQUARIATO
Arte antica, arti decorative, cultura, collezionismo


On occasion of the 5th Salone Internazionale del Lusso, page 127 of ANTIQUARIATO featured the photograph of a small flask (surahi) with two glasses belonging to Ethnologica. Produced in gold and enamel, this set from Rajasthan features 525 mounted diamonds, and is to be attributed to the 19th century.

February 2007
Il SOLE 24 ORE
Nord Est

On occasion of the 5th Salone Internazionale del Lusso, the newspaper printed a page featuring photographs of some of the most precious, most unusual objects at the fair. Amongst these, were a small flask (surahi) with two glasses belonging to Ethnologica. Produced in gold and enamel, this set from Rajasthan features 525 mounted diamonds, and is to be attributed to the 19th century.

7th February 2007
Ville e giardini
Case nel verde

In the article printed page 112, "Antiquari per la casa nel verde", the magazine published a photograph of the wooden horse belonging to Ethnologica on occasion of "Petra - Salone di antiquariato per parchi, giardini e ristrutturazioni”. The large sculpture, produced in teak wood and clad in lacquered brass lamina, is attributed to the 18th century.

January-February 2006

AD
Architectual Digest. Le case più belle del mondo

Pages 375 and 376 of the "Giochi di spazio. Porte mimetizzate nella boiserie e pareti scorrevoli in un loft a Brescia" (Playing with space. Doors camouflaged in the wood panelling and sliding doors in a loft in Bresia”) article show an Indian sculpture from the low Indian Middle Ages and a gilded Sino-Tibetan bronze of Amitayus, both from the Ethnologica collection and purchased by the owners of the loft.

November 2005
Pietra Antica
Recovering and replacing stone

Page 77 of the magazine features a short article entitled "Pietra antica Napoli. La prima volta di Mercante in Fiera in quel di Napoli" (Ancient stone in Naples. Mercante in Fiera's first time in that of Naples) in which Ethnologica is mentioned, and the photograph of a 16th century female Indian deity published.

January - February 2003
ANTIQUARIATO
Arte antica, arti decorative, cultura, collezionismo

The magazine published two photographs of Indian statues belonging to Ethnologica and mentions the gallery on pages 61 and 69, respectively. Both sculptures depict apsaras, heavenly nymphs of the Hinduist pantheon.

November 2002
Casa Idea
Supplement to Donna Moderna magazine

The magazine published the photograph of a 14th-15th century Indian apsara, heavenly nymph, image used to promote the antiques trade fair 7.8.Novecento, a large antiques market in Modena.

November 2002
Soprattutto

The quarter of page 123 of the magazine featured the image of a sandstone Devadasi from Galleria Ethnologica.

November 2002

FMR - Franco Maria Ricci
Supplement no. 154

Page 79 of the supplement to the magazine FMR featured the photograph of an Indian sculpture of a heavenly nymph, or apsaras.

October - November 2002
Grazia

"The East in town. Galleria Ethnologica was founded on a great love of eastern culture. The gallery features objects of ancient Ethnic art such as Tibetan furniture, Indian portals and jewels, ancient wooden and stone sculptures and embroidered tapestries. The gallery also organises events for spreading Indian and Tibetan culture." - quotation featured on page 314.

Weekly no. 8 dated 26th February 2002
Elle Decor

Page 134 of the magazine mentions the recent opening of Ethnologica.

December 2001
La mia casa
Case eslusive e arredamenti di prestigio

Page 150 of the magazine featured a photograph of a piece of 19th century Indian furniture from the Ethnologica collection, on occasion of the 21st "Città di Bolzano" art and antiques exhibition.

November 2001

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