The auction house "Christie's" evaluates the Alitalia's artistic property
Rome, Italy - Among the company's properties there are Guttuso and Sironi's works of art
(WAPA) - You can find Italian contemporary works of art not only in museums or art galleries. Not nearly.
The Airport of Rome-Fiumicino hosts the statue of "Leonardo Da Vinci" realized by the sculptor Mario Ceroli and it is part of the Alitalia's property like the paintings made by Renato Guttuso and Mario Sironi.
The auction house "Christie's" has been called by the company in order to make a valuation of 193 of its works of art, and the administrator Augusto Fantozzi published days ago, the "Programma di cessione" ("Relinquishment plan").
According to this report, "Christie's" should have chosen 50 works of great value and interest for the market, while it considers that the others, even if with less economical value, are equally noteworthy as the 2003 insurance esteem showed. (Avionews)