Tony Buccola travels to Italy several times a year to scour the countryside and cities for unique items to fill his store, Antonio's Bella Casa, a southern California European-antiques shop. He also works closely with Italian artisans who create hand-carved wood lighting rich with patina finishes. Ten years (and dozens of forty-foot containers) later, he still gets the same rush every time he steps off the plane. “I am one of the lucky ones,” he says. “I love what I do and do what I love.”
Early-20th-century (c. 1935) French oil on board of
a moody period interior. Unsigned; unframed.Since opening her Georgetown, Washington, D.C. gallery almost 20 years ago, art dealer and framing expert Susan Calloway has has been providing her clientele with an eclectic, ...
Antique oil painting of interior scene, Italian, 19th
century.Tony Buccola travels to Italy several times a year to scour the countryside and cities for unique items to fill his store, Antonio's Bella Casa, a southern California European-antiques shop. He also ...
Interior oil painting signed “E. Schneider.”Kimberly and Darrell
Lynn are avid collectors of antiques who passionately travel the globe to source incredible finds (at equally incredible prices) for the interior-design community. Among their treasures: one of the largest, most noteworthy ...