Tedeschini's Art in Europe and United States.

House, oil on wood, Courtesy Alfred Skull Gallery
House, oil on wood, Courtesy Alfred Skull Gallery

The professional artist has sold in the two continents aspiring to widen his influence in Europe and emerging markets.  


An exciting start of the new year for the italian artist Davide Tedeschini who distributed art works of contemporary abstract and modern figurative art for sale through official channels. The network named www.davidetedeschini.it - ​​where the general catalog of more than 700 works appears- releases data of the individual accesses that for 2019 were around 800 while the sessions were around 1800, with an average increase of new sessions from 2018 on 44,5%.
As for sales - which according to the data released by the artist have increased exponentially in 2019 - the geographical data are the most interesting. Among the main galleries to acquire and sell the artist's artworks, the Alfred Skull Gallery in Brussels stands out, which houses permanently artworks by Hans Hartung and other historicized authors. For a Tedeschini 100 x 100 the price is € 500: the modest price of the Mondadori Catalogo di Arte moderna n.55 of 2019 is therefore reiterated. But it is the spread of the works that represents a novelty in the artist's activity, always operating exclusively in Rome. It is in Europe that there is the big news where the artworks of the last 20 years have been sold, mainly oil on canvas and mixed media: in Berlin and Hamburg in Germany, in Belgium and Holland in Ghent and Amsterdam, in France in Paris, in Spain and Portugal in Valladolid and Lisbon, in Switzerland in Zurich, in Austria in Vienna, at collectors and art galleries operating in the contemporary art sector. Among the few works sold in the United States market is the 'Wheat field' (published) in New York and works dating from the 90s in California. In Italy there are many works sold at the Naples gallery (Frame Ars Artes), and collectors from Milan, Rome, Treviso, Bergamo, Lecce and Turin. (House, oil on wood, courtesy Alfred Skull Gallery)