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Palazzo Braschi, Rome

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  • Over the years we've seen many exhibitions at Palazzo Braschi, which has a respectable collection to see, not forgetting to look up to the beauty of the building itself and peering out to catch the view from some Windows. For Artemisia Gentileschi and his contemporaries, the palazzo dedicated the entire first with a very nice, well built, smooth and comprehensive. Without prejudice to other painters, and loving, this view makes them about, gathering together many of his paintings. In Rome you can find two or three things at the Palazzo Spada, otherwise you will have to look for them in Naples, Venice and London. If you love Ultimecia, enjoy this view, and right from the comparison is evident as his drawing is unique, his paintings, his enormous expressive force for a woman of her time.
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  • In addition the wonder of the building (if anything the view from some rooms of Piazza Navona), you add the view of Roman painter Artemisia Gentileschi, the daughter of the painter Orazio Gentileschi. Exposure upkept and comprehensive, which makes comparison Artemisia and Orazio's paintings, with those of painters of the time; really enjoyed the peace and quiet.
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  • The vote is almost excellent because the view is rich and a person vanli for works not to make friends with people who work there! But heck: or they're stressed because his superiors exploit them and then I won my thought that those who work for you should be treated well or are just very rude! The girl in the shop said that the case was closed to a lady who wanted to take a pencil in an absurdly, the other sfoltivano the crowd of guided groups with ways really rude! I went alone and being a small place, the group some bugs but inappropriate ways!!! Then close the shop before the Museum what's the point? Luckily artemisia made these invisible soggettine so go
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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