Founded in Arezzo in 1969, the Piero Della Francesca Art Gallery is one of the oldest galleries in Europe. Over the course of its history it has organized exhibitions of great masters of the twentieth century and contemporary becoming, over the years, a landmark for art lovers, especially the figurative and realistic, coming to exhibit, in the past, artists of the caliber of Giorgio De Chirico and to represent exclusively, currently, the most important American realist painter, Jeremy Mann. The exhibition and commercial proposal is among the largest and most qualitative in the world: alongside the most important historicized artists on the international scene, a large space is reserved for emerging authors. The Gallery hosts not only solo, group and thematic exhibitions, but also exhibitions such as “Prospettive d’Arte Contemporanea” (the first edition of which dates back to 1973). Exhibitions are alternated with periodical installations in which works by artists are exhibited and treated permanently. Today, now in its 50th year of activity and in its third generation, the Gallery is directed by Giorgio Vaiani Lisi (grandson of the founder Giovanni), who continues to work with the same enthusiasm. The Gallery has become, over time, a sure guide to collect and invest choice from major international collectors. In the catalogue, more than one hundred contemporary artists, masters of the twentieth and nineteenth centuries, and a catalogue of hundreds of works of high collector value and absolute historical interest.