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Museo Carlo Bilotti, Rome

(3.9/5 based on 60 reviews on the web)
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  • Within the Villa Borghese Orangery and an easy walk from Via Veneto is this small museum which houses a permanent exhibition and De Chirico. If it wasn't for Mr. Roberto, keeper of the works on the first floor, the visit would not have been the same. Gave an interpretation of the works of De Chirico very interesting! Finally I realized several things about the artist that always left me perplexed and thanks to the passion of Mr. Roberto De Chirico's paintings also have become more understandable. Good find in the discovery!
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  • place in the former Orangery in the Park of villa Borghese (within which we can also move by public transport). It is a small exhibition that also hosts temporary exhibitions. Upstairs a permanent exhibition of works of art. The paintings and some small sculptures are mostly of De Chirico, some really nice (though not among my favorite authors). Also point out a Warhol, who normally dislike, which really impressed me for its unexpected beauty. The Museum closes at about 16.30. Last entry one hour before. Inside lockers to store your belongings during the visit and clean toilets. Immediately outside the entrance to a beautiful work of Manzù. Off the beaten tourist circuits
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  • Museo Carlo Bilotti-very specific. It wandered randomly in the restroom that she not the Villa Borghese. So in this museum we got 2-in-1: and what you are looking for, and cultural prosvetilis'. At the entrance of his uncle us a bit tried, whether we want to visit the Museum, and then gave us free tickets. In the first (top floor) we did not understand-any drawings. And the lower floor were exhibited the work of Francesco Del Drago. The photo I uploaded them. The described technique of writing of these paintings. As for me, so I think my granddaughter in 6 years draws no worse.
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  • 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 director.
  • 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...
  • A so-so permanent collection, but varied and interesting temporary ones when we were there. Admission is free, so it's worth dropping in to see what they have.
  • Bellimo ricoedare. located in villa borghese. Very elegant and well cared for in a central location
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  • A free Museum where you can admire the works of De Chirico! What else to add?
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