FMR, standing for Franco Maria Ricci, was an international art magazine published by its namesake in Italy.
It first appeared in 1982 hailed as “the most beautiful magazine in the world”, by some and "rather pretentious" by others. But it certainly looked good, especially the covers. It was a bi-yearly, subscription only publication priced high to avoid having to take a lot of distracting advertising.
Franco Maria Ricci's intention was to present the beauty of art history and he referred to the magazine as "a sort of school for taste, for showing that the world is full of beautiful things." Publication finally ended in 2009.