Magnani-Rocca Foundation, Mamiano
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  • The Foundation was established by the Magnani Rocca collection. What we can see was chosen for "the love of beauty". He was not a collector, but a binder, hence the peculiarities of "permanent collection" as they cannot linger on many works for obvious lack of space we like to point out in particular the Gentile da Fabriano, "St. Francis receiving the estigmate"; superlative. The great Goya, "the portrait of the infant"; the two female figures by Lorenzo Bartolini and Canova, although deteriorated. Last, but not least, the two Madonnas with child, one of a. Durer, the other by f. Lippi. We would not know which one to choose. Finally where to find 50 Morandi? (between oils, drawings, engravings). Only here. There was an exhibition of Monet's "water lilies". A tease. A single picture! While that of Italian pop, more articulate, even if he is the "Roman school" 60 years with some added. The Foundation is always worth,; the "pop". Monet ... Manuela and Alessandro Gori
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  • Large villa, characterized on the outside by a large English park, which represents the first impact to the visitor: large grassy areas alternated with monumental trees (especially Cedars and sequoias). Near the entrance to the villa, large potted citrus trees. Inside is housed the private collection of works of art (about a hundred, between the 11th and 20th century), along with some furniture (mainly of Empire) and sculpture (Canova and Babs). On the ground floor the ancient works: paintings and plates of Filippino Lippi (Madonna and child), Domenico Ghirlandaio, Carpaccio, Titian, Tiepolo, Van Dyck, Rubens, Albrecht Dürer (Madonna with the child and some notable recordings) and Goya. On the first floor the collection of modern works (19th and 20th centuries): rooms dedicated to Giorgio Morandi (two rooms), De Pisis, De Chirico (metaphysical period), Alberto Burri, Gino Severini, Renato Guttuso, Monet, Renoir, Cézanne and Braque. Visited the exhibition on Italian Pop Art, with works by about 40 artists, artistic value, in my opinion, negligible. The visit takes about 2 hours collection alone. If in addition to the collection you want to visit the Park (very enjoyable in spring summer, charming and romantic with the first autumn mist), you can spend a pleasant half-day. Near the entrance of the villa also has a restaurant and tea room.
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  • A hidden gem, unknown to most, it deserves more exposure. The permanent collection is incredibly rich and varied. The villa itself is beautiful, with a fairytale Park. It's worth a visit to program.
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