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Palazzo Braschi, Rome

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  • Bad impressions, unfortunately, for this exhibition. Illuminated works bad, fact sheets in Earth under the framework to best, cables. The quality of the works put supplementing those of Gentileschi is, in most cases, extremely low (is better in any basement of Neapolitan sacristy). Sin, a wasted opportunity, not Zètema.
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  • The life of a great woman told by its beautiful paintings. A beautiful exhibition worth seeing.
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  • I read a few years ago a book about Artemisia Gentileschi, I immediately keen to his painting! I saw some painting exhibited in Naples. The exhibition of the Museum of Rome that I visited just opened in January of this year opened a door on his own time, on his contemporaries. It's been interesting to compare the faces and action of women of Gentileschi with other female figures represented in the same situation. In the faces of its women reads the hatred and contempt of the male figures. Heads cut off with the knowledge to do so and with the hatred that controls the gesture. His life experiences are seen all. A show not to be missed, especially for the uninitiated like me.
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  • Main museum exhibits were closed so we were only able to view a temporary exhibition of lithographs by Antoine Jean-Baptiste depicting a year in Rome produced between 1817-1818.
  • Da vedere!
  • Nice fountain & piazza.
  • It was okay, not really much to see.
  • Cool square to stop by