Founded by Aloisio and Suely Cravo in 1990, Aloisio Cravo arises from the desire to establish an institution capable of meeting the secondary market’s demand for relevant pieces of art within the Brazilian art’s scope. A pioneer in the selection of contemporary art, the house introduces this concept in the early 2000s, changing the dynamic of the local auction market and redirecting its focus in the country. Since then, Aloisio Cravo has been carrying out important events that contemplate and celebrate the importance of Brazilian and international art.

With over 30 years of experience in the art business, Aloisio Cravo acts as an organizer and official auctioneer since the establishment of the house. In addition, he actively participates in projects of several cultural and charitable institutions.



How to Buy

Start by browsing our catalogues, available on our website, to see what will be offered at upcoming auctions. To place a bid, contact us before the auction to register or log into our online platform Cravo Online, where you can watch the auction live and place bids with just one click.

We recommend that, before bidding, you visit our office to see the lots you are interested in. For more details, please read our guide below.


How to Sell

If you are ready to sell works of art, wines, design objects or other valuable property, our team will guide you through all the steps of the process.

To request a valuation, send us an email with the following information: images, size, medium, date and provenance. Alternatively, pay us a visit and we’ll be happy to discuss all relevant aspects with you.


Aloisio Cravo has extensive experience providing fine art valuations. We provide valuations of private, public and corporate collections, meeting the highest standards established by collectors and insurance companies.

For more information, please contact us.


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