Stamperia Tallone (sec. XVIII-XX)
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Alberto Tallone, the son of the renowned painter Cesare, head-professor of painting at the Brera Academy in Milan, managed to run his antiquarian bookshop in Alpignano, open since 1957. The design of the books, always characterized by a unique typographic architecture, is renowned worldwide for the quality of the printing, the relevance of the works published, the elegant layouts, the slender book formats, the exclusiveness of the typefaces derived from hand-cut punches, the pure-cotton and the precious papers. In front of the publishing house, a unique 'literary' alley of centenary hornbeam trees stretches out, which has been walked through by many famous writers and artists such as, to list just a few, Cesare Pavese, Primo Levi, the Nobel-prized Pablo Neruda and Miguel Angel Asturias, Yves Bonnefoy, Tom Phillips. Visitors are welcome. For visits, please contact us via email or phone.