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Museo Mario Romoli, Rufina

Categories: Art Galleries, Art Museums, Museums
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5/5 based on 10 reviews on the web
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  • It is necessary to come to Rufina to see the works of Mario Romoli. Florentine painter, eclectic and very uncomfortable. Went through much of the last century, following his own personal research, often contrarian, constantly looking for new ways of painting. We walk the halls of the Museum and the twentieth century by Mario Romoli. Not only painting, but also the history, personal events (the picaresque encounter with Picasso) and Science (he was a scientist in love with innovative ideas in technology). Must see Museum. Remember that an artwork of Rai is visible in Florence. The fresco on the facade of the palazzo to Porta Romana, "the life of Florence during the centuries" of 1954, where there are represented the characters of ancient Florence-from Dante to contemporary Florence and Brunelleschi-Author – from Roses to fluffy.
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  • Opened a couple of years in the Villa of Poggio Reale to Rufina – which already includes the Museo della Vite e del Vino-this small, beautiful Museum is not yet known as it deserves. Mario Romoli, versatile artist fiorentino of ' 900, in love with both art and science, to which he devoted research and intuitive inventions. The idea of a motorcycle airbag to the realization of a rotary engine. To accompany us on a visit, a Cicero painter's son, Marco Romoli. The Museum route along much of the artistic life of the author, from the 1920s until one of his last works, the boat of 1974. Oil on canvas of great emotional impact and contrasts of color, with a Jesus on the sea of Galilee that shows the tragic news of migrants crossing the Mediterranean. Well do the institutions, as in this case, when foster the birth of places that preserve the artistic and cultural memory of the territory.
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  • The villa itself is beautiful. Plus when you look out the windows you are presented with Tuscan countryside and a driveway lined with cypruses (like something from a movie). Then the art of Mario Rome...  read more »
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