An exhaustive reconstruction of the lively cultural environment of Faenza during the first decade of the Twentieth century. The movement from which the world-known art of ceramics of Faenza began
Moved by the same intentions, writers as Alfredo Oriani, collectors as Ercole Alberghi, socialist philanthropists as Ugo Bubani joined Cenacolo Baccariniano – term referred to the group that gathered in the back-shop of Baccarini’s mother. Prominent were figurative arts (Domenico Rambelli, Giuseppe Ugonia, Giovanni Guerrini, Francesco Nonni, Pietro Melandri, Ercole Drei and others).
A large group that after the death of the artist reduced to only six elements, considered as the real representatives of the Baccarinian movement. The catalogue features 150 works by the members of Cenacolo on display, with detailed technical information and essays by M.A. Bazzocchi, F. Bertoni, O. Ghetti Baldi and M. Vita