Gallerie di Palazzo Zevallos Stigliano, Naples
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  • The visit, apart from the exposure of the moment, it is necessary for a true family treasure, with entrance in one of the busiest streets of the city, Neapolitan lla property of Banco di Napoli. Today the Palace stands out for the presence of the last work only recently attributed to Michelangelo Merisi. Don't miss the historic elevator!
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  • If you love art, the history of Naples and that of the House of Bourbon; If you excited in front of a painting; well then I strongly recommend the exhibition dedicated to the painter Salvatore Fergola and hosted at the Zevalos Palace (formerly Commercial Bank headquarters). An exhibition that just opened on 3 December but already is making itself heard for the richness and significance of what has been said. The Gallery is divided into different thematic areas introduced by Red panels that tell a little painter and what you will see. It is amazing to discover how Farahi has produced so much and without doing "splints" though, all in all, just has not lived. The paintings are housed in the great Hall and then in the Middle floor. On red panels fulfil the definition of a journalist or reporter that was its function within the Court. But there are also beautiful landscapes and even biblical topics. However, the lion's share of the railroad, the marina and the party in Caserta. To enhance speech, Pietrarsa Museum that has arisen in conjunction with the event, lent the model of Bayard in excellent shape. In the Middle floor, there are two giant paintings that describe the chivarly Joust held in Caserta, on the parade ground, during the Carnival of 1846. It's amazing the invention of 360° on both the works of dividend Fergola prospect opposite the Palace and back. And then I found out that Salvatore also had a younger brother Alexander wannabe but promising painter. And if you're not tired, bring on the second (but first) floor where there is a permanent exhibition with as many surprises as you can. And the Palace? Well, alone a worthwhile visit. Before I conclude this statement, I anticipate the expected presence of the arrival of the train at Granatello of that also has a copy (amazing!) in 1 scale to .5 to use jargon from modelers. I did not know it existed.
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  • During our now familiar visit staring at the beautiful city of Naples we never miss to jump into this beautiful Palace, now managed by Banca Intesa San Paolo. This time we could see many works of the Neapolitan painter Salvatore Fergola laid é exposed permanently imported his painting "storm in the Bay of Naples". Beautiful paintings for both colors for scenes of life, very pretty (unfortunately) also the fire at San Carlo Theatre and "the eruption of Vesuvius". View to see for sure.
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  • Wonderful hidden gem with Caravaggio's last painting.
  • They building is amazing. The paintings are good. Not too big, not too small. Loved it.
  • A great place to see excellent paintings.
  • A pleasant surprise ... among many important works inside the martyrdom of Saint Ursula of Caravaggio and works by Luca Giordano!!
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  • My five stars is due to the excellent exhibitions which are held periodically here (first an Antonello da Messina, now a Picasso). The permanent collections, albeit small, remain equally interesting works by Luca Giordano, Vincenzo Gemito, van Wittel and the martyrdom of Saint Ursula of Caravaggio.
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