Alessandra Di Castro comes from an old Roman family of antique dealers who have been doing business in the Italian capital since 1878.
The entrance to the Gallery gives into Piazza di Spagna.
The main entrance at number 4 leads to a concealed courtyard the visitor into the secluded rooms of a historical 17th century palazzo housing old masters (primarily of Italian schools), sculptures, marbles, semi-precious stoneworks and rare objets d'art. Most of the artworks on display come from private collections.
The Galleria Alessandra Di Castro is also happy to assist its customers with purchases or sales and to provide art historical research, estimates and expertises; it is also available for consultation in matters relating to collections and inheritance.
Alessandra Di Castro, who has a degree in Art History and is a Board Member of the Italian Antique Dealers' Association, was Director of the Rome's Jewish Museum from 2012 to 2017.
Piazza di Spagna 4, Rome, 00187