Napoli Nobilissima was founded by Vincenzo Porcini in 1969, in front of the Academy of Fine Arts in Naples.
Twenty years later, together with his sons Dario and Ivana, the gallery was moved to the famous premises of the historic Palazzo De Majo in Piazza Vittoria 6, specializing in painting and sculpture of the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, with a particular interest in Neapolitan and international artists active in Italy.
After becoming Galleria Porcini, the gallery was transferred to the large frescoed rooms on the piano nobile, acquiring international scope under the direction of Dario Porcini, who stimulated the activity with continuous cultural exchanges and vibrant professional endeavors. His wide experience in the field, which sees him engaged daily with ancient collections, new enthusiasts, historians and researchers, allows him to represent a point of reference for all his clients in matters of attribution and restoration, successfully discovering, acquiring and selling unique, important pieces, now found in private collections, foundations and museums.
Galleria Porcini participates in the two most important international exhibitions of Old Master paintings, TEFAF in Maastricht and the Biennale of Palazzo Corsini in Florence.