A museum with both modern abstract art and classical oil paintings. Although a part of the museum was empty when I went in due to preparation of a new temporary exhibition, the remaining part was still stunning.
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This is a nice little museum featuring a variety of types of Itallian artworks, but for me the star of the show was the Italian Impressionist collection. Many wonderful works that perhaps get less recognition than their French counterparts. A very nice way to spend...More
Very xhibition of ancient sculptures, relics and costumes. Any scholar of history or any student would appreciate this exhibit.
The whole complex is something special. If you are interested in Italian art, this is your place - from the 19th century to the most contemporrary works you will find some.
So much grand art in Italy, so the bar is rather (and unfairly) high. I found this Gallery with a lot to be desired. Personal taste makes a big difference, so just recommend doing some research on the collection and see if it matches your...More
This is a spectacular setting for a museum. A bank that still has many of the features intact including an incredible lobby area (inside past where you buy tickets). My wife and I particluarly like impressionist era paintings and had never really experienced the italian...More
This gallery has a surprisingly wide range of art -- from the 19th century to contemporary. The building itself is also very interesting -- with wonderful ceilings and a nice garden.
The art collection that is on display in these neoclassical buildings is one of the most interesting exhibition of modern and contemporary art in the city. Almost two hundred artworks, divided in thirteen sections on display in 23 rooms presents major works by masters of...More
The Scala was closed due to a holiday so we decided to visit this museum. We were extra lucky since it was free this day! But it's a beautiful building with a nice mix of modern art and Italian paintings well worth exploring each of...More