Rosso Fiorentino electroacoustics - the meaning of a brand name

Rosso Fiorentino (Giovan Battista di Jacopo, Firenze 1495 - Fontainebleau 1540) was one of the most talented and unconventional Florentine artists of the early 16th century.

He assimilated the innovations of Leonardo, Michelangelo and Raffaello but went on to experiment with a freer technique and more abstract forms.
His paintings forcefully express the strength of the colours, the sophisticated interpretation of the details, the luminosity of the reflections and an underlying artistic rigour.

The gauntlet he threw down to those who had already interpreted all there was to interpret is something that intrigues us and inspires our work daily.