This particular segment, created as recently as 2013, originates from the need to develop and promote a somewhat unique book collection about topics such as fauna, history and art. Central to the artistic section are Italian and foreign animalier painters of the second half of the nineteenth century and the first half of the twentieth century.

We have favoured painters and naturalists who, notwithstanding their undisputable skills, after their death have been forgotten by critics and by a public often careless and not inclined to giving them the recognition they deserved for contributing so much to art and science. These painters received barely anything in return, never asked for anything and worked simply for their pleasure and great passion.

The income from these publications will  be donated and invested by Museum & Editorial Service into research necessary for the extension of this series, whose-priority is maintaining alive the memory of these artists and naturalists by collaborating with cultural and conservation associations at a local level.