ALBERTO BORELLI

Antichità Santa Giulia

Founded in 1980
The “Antichità Santa Giulia” gallery got its name from the beautiful, suggestive monastery located just in front, now the city museum of Brescia.

Alberto Borelli opened this shop thirty-four years ago, and conveying his rooted passion for antiques involved the entire family.

Together with the assistance of his son Luca, he ardently searches for: furniture, paintings and items of high epoch with particular attention for sculptures of the thirteenth, fourteenth, fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, bronze objects and Renaissance caskets, “genre” paintings, furniture from the Tuscan, Umbria, Lombardy and Venetian regions from the XV and XVIII centuries proposed on site and at the most qualified exhibitions of this industry.


  • Emilian school 1561


    Adoration of the Shepherds
    Bronze plaque
    cm 20 x 15
    Datata 1561
  • Bartolomeus Sprangher
    Antwerp 1548 - Prague1611

    Minerva
    Oil on panel
    cm 34,4 x 24
    1590 ca

    Bibliografia: L’eredità di Isabella, pag 74-75-250, a cura di Carlo Micheli, 2002 Publi Paolini, Mantova.
  • Rovelli di Cusio workshop
    Cusio, Bergamo

    Chest of drawers
    Walnut carved and inlaid vith varius woods
    cm 105,5 x 137 x 55,5
    1680-1720

    Bibliography:I Rovelli di Cusio, l’arte dell’intarsio e della tarsia lignea in Valle Brembana- Ecomuseo A.V.B. –Valtorta- pag 232
  • Fantoni workshop
    Rovetta, Bergamo, end of the 17th century, beginning of the 18th century

    Chest of drawers
    Walnut carved and inlaid with various woods (maple, cherry, boxwood, mulberry)
    cm 103,5 x 160 x 60
    fine del XVII secolo, inizio del XVIII secolo

    Studio eseguito dal Dott. Andrea Bardelli.