In addition to the original Balestra’s collection, the Foundation has enriched its artistic heritage over the years by acquiring works and collections thanks to its activities and the generosity of some of Tito’s friends and family.
The new acquisitions include about nine hundred works such as sculptures, paintings, drawings and engravings. The following artists are represented in the collection: Assadour, Enrico Accatino, Tito Balestra, Enrico Baj, Amerigo Bartoli, Antonio Battistini, Arnaldo Battistoni, Remo Brindisi, Romolo Calciati, Felice Casorati, Leonardo Castellani, Arnoldo Ciarrocchi, Tano Citeroni, Enotrio, Pericle Fazzini, Ilario Fioravanti, Lino Gentili, Franco Gentilini, Giulio Giulianelli, Aldo Gobbi, Giampiero Guerri, Pietro Guida, Tom Lyons, Mauro Masi, Fausto Melotti, Giovanni Sesto Menghi, Elio Morri, Giordano Perrelli, Walter Piacesi, Franco Poli, Domeni Rea, Nino Ricci, Giorgio Amelio Roccamonte, Lalla Romano, Raimondo Rossi, Manlio Sarra, Angelo Savelli, Flaminia Siciliano, Leonardo Sinisgalli, Piergiorgio Spallacci, Alberto Sughi, Nino Tirinnanzi, Antonio Vangelli, Renzo Vespignani, Tono Zancanaro.
Collections and donations
- Tano Citeroni’s donation, 1992
- Giorgio Amelio Roccamonte’s collection
- Giuseppe Appella, Tano Citeroni and Gino Montesanto’s donations
- Leonardo Castellani’s collection
- Ilario Fioravanti’s engraving collection
- Tano Citeroni’s donation, 2002
- Piergiorgio Spallacci’s donation
- Nino Ricci’s donation
The artworks held by the Tito Balestra Onlus Foundation are catalogued and available in the Imago-Sebina database of the Institute for Cultural and Natural Heritage of the Emilia-Romagna region.
If you want to search for a work, click on “other channels” on the left and then select “Tito Balestra – LONGIANO” in the “Libraries” field.