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Museo Carlo Bilotti, Rome

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  • This small museum unpretentious (and free!) offers an interesting collection, feel free to take a look!
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  • In the Park of Villa Borghese there is this beautiful museum that occupies the spaces already belonged to the building of Orangery, originally commissioned by Cardinal Scipione Borghese and transformed into the place intended for the conservation of citrus plants in winter period. After a series of transformations and usage, fairly recently has been turned into a museum. In the ample space available, in addition to collecting on a permanent basis the collections donated by Wanda Baker, are allocated periodically to temporary exhibitions. A few days ago houses the works of Lithuanian Antonietta Raphael Mafai-Italian painter and sculptor, under the title "cards". The Bill for her was instrumental and therefore exposes a total of about 50 drawings and only some sculpture: refer to his artistic activity along the span of about 50 years and allows you to discover his stylistic change in the course of those years (1920-1975). Noteworthy that the sculpture was then set to become its main expressive choice: to the point of being defined as the only authentic Italian sculptor. Antonietta Raphael Mafai the art curriculum including the Foundation of the Roman school with her husband Mario Mafai and Scipio. The Museum's permanent collection are, however, more than 20 works by authors such as Giorgio de Chirico (the largest nucleus), Andy Warhol and Mimmo Rotella that alone could justify the visit of the Museum. The Museum's good rating and then "+++".
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  • For Dagli imerdibile is a gem! Free Museum (donation at the entrance, which is not mandatory) small and personable. The most beautiful work of De Chirico to my mind is that found out, the last of Hector and Andromache. Has a plasticity and sense of movement. But also worth visiting the Museum (which in addition to the Christian has temporary mostree). This is a private collection (Baker) made available for everyone. He was an art collector and personally knew De Chirico, Andy Warhol (there is a picture depicting his wife and daughter made by him) On the Museum's excellent left me a little puzzled. Some tourists (mostly foreigners) came to see what it was and were not at all encouraged to enter (being free/offer) Absurd! Very nice ground floor the ancient angle (can't remember exactly what it was and in what period dates but I see in the picture. a kind of Portal mosaic made with stones and shells) if the review was helpful, click on THANKS ipack
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  • This is how an ideal museum should be: free, select and provide space for the viewer to revere the gems inside. An absolute must for Giorgio de Chirico aficionados.
  • This is a place not to be overlooked as it often has free exhibitions. Like the recent one about Ettore Scola, one of Italys most important film directors (una giornata particulare).
  • It is a small gallery, with about 20 paintings mostly by de Chirico. However, three of those are real important masterpieces, well worth seeing. And entry is free.
  • Cool museum
  • Maybe museum is great but I didn't manage to get there and see myself and I searched a lot... They need to make better signs in Rome generally...
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