Andreas Studio is pleased to showcase the works of a number of internationally renown artists. Personally selected by George Andreas, these collections represent extraordinary works in abstractionism, impressionism, futurism, cubism and other forms.
Antonio Vittorio Alfieri's work can be described as contemporary surrealist pieces that push the imagination through a maze of dreamlike images expressed by the use of vivid color and ironic subjects. (see more) "Antonio Alfieri"
Born in Sarajevo, Croatia. A self described nomad, Maskarel spent a good portion of this career wandering the globe, keeping a primary residence in Paris but frequently returning to his native Balkans. (see more) "Bruno Maskarel"
Born in Castagnetola, near Massa, in 1915, Gigi Guadagnucci continued his family’s tradition by working marble. In the 1920s, he got his first job with Ciberti and later he began working in the Soldani workshop where he (see more) "Gigi Guadagnucci"
Born in Piran in Istria, Italy. Fonda’s works can best be described as detailed studies of the human body that experiment with media and materials to create pieces that are simultaneously both realistic and fantastic. (see more) "Lorenzo Fonda"
was born in Florence, Italy, in 1900. There, his parents enrolled him at an early age in Eugenio Chiostrio School. Throughout his childhood he studied drawing, painting, and sculpture. At age thirteen he exhibited his drawing (see more) "Primo Conti"
Italian painter, sculptor, architect, writer and stage designer. Fiume’s works are kept in some of the most important museums in the world, including the Vatican Museums, the Museum of Modern Art of New York, the Pushkin Museum (see more) "Salvatore Fiume"
Vieri Vagnetti was born in Florence in 1939. After completing his classical education, he dedicated himself to painting. His formal art education was completed in Paris at the Ecole Des Beaux Arts. There he focused not only on the study of painting but also on art décor. (see more) "Vieri Vagnetti"