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Fondazione Accorsi - Ometto, Turin
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A Torino fino al 15 gennaio 2017 è possibile visitare un'interessante Mostra dedicata al pittore piemontese ottocentesco Carlo Pittara presso la Fondazione Accorsi-Ometto. Nato nel 1835, Pittara è l'i... read more »In Turin until January 15, 2017 you can visit an interesting exhibition on the 19th century Piedmontese painter Carlo Pittara at the Fondazione Accorsi-little man. Born in 1835, is the co-founder of the school of inspiring Pittara Rivara (Canavese) that developed during the period 1860-70, known for a return to "painting from life" realistic-naturalist, depicting scenes of rural life and little pictures of family intimacy really beautiful. To quote "Pasture in Rivara" and the lovely "black Ogliani" House. His stay in Paris then influenced paintings like "Champs Elysées" and "the banks of the Seine" of 1884 reminiscent of Boldini. In Turin, his presence was marked by Felix. He died in 1891. In view you can also admire paintings of the adepts of the Cenacolo di Rivara, such as Vercelli Vittorio Avondo (nice "Dec" of 1877), Ernest Dale ("Marchand de Vin" and "The Guardianella of turkeys" of 1861), the ligure Ernesto Rayper died prematurely in 1873, Alberto Issel, Portuguese D'andrade and Spanish De Avendaño. An interesting full immersion into genuine and jovial reality of Ligurian Piedmontese painting-the second half of the 19th century.show original
il museo accorsi-ometto è un piccolo museo situato sotto i portici di via po, forse non notissimo tra i forestieri ma ben conosciuto dai torinesi visto che le molte volte che ci son stata ho visto sem... read more »the Museum noticed-little man is a small museum located under the arcades of via po, maybe not well known among strangers but well known to the people of Turin since many times I ever saw was people, especially for exhibitions that will periodically set up. entering the courtyard the ticket office is located on the right. the visits are the first floor going up the ladder that is located to the left of the entrance door. the exhibition runs through 27 fully furnished environments full of fantastic objects: clocks, armchairs, living rooms, bedrooms, tableware, etc etc is what we can observe in the halls. they were collected by the antiquarian pietro accorsi that derives its name from the Museum and whose legacy has been picked up and carried forward by Julius little man who looked after the restoration of the building. in the first rooms there are showcases displaying snuffboxes, dance card, Chocolatier, baccarat crystal vases, porcelains etc. leads then to the kitchen, which is also full of furnishings, among which the copper pots hanging on the wall and a wooden cart inlaid truly outstanding then flows into the dining room, the living rooms and bedrooms: that of pietro accorsi and the Venetian style with blue furniture. the tour ends in the living room area belonged to christian dior. the furnishings belong mostly to the period between 1700 and 1800. out of all the incredible double body of piffetti, reputed to be the most mobile in the world. another similar lies at the quirinale in Rome, but worth less as it has a slight defect. seems worth several million euros! There are also many other famous cabinetmaker's furniture. the visit is only Wizard. takes about an hour and every hour during opening hours from 10 to 13 and from 14 to 19 Sunday on Saturdays and Sundays. during the week closes at 18. closed on Mondays. I've done twice with different guides and both were highly skilled, able to convey really passionate about what they do and for the immense wealth that handle and proudly show visitors. In addition to the permanent exhibition the Foundation care temporary exhibitions that are held in 5 rooms accessed coming at the top of the stairs. currently and until January 15, 2017 you can see the exhibition dedicated to the painter carlo pittara and at the scuola di rivara. It is 68 paintings for nearly half from pittara, whose brother-in-law owned a house in London, in the canavese, where for nearly two decades-the period from 1860 to 1880-were a group of artists United by the desire to paint landscapes inspired by the true. on display are paintings depicting scenes of the countryside with flocks of sheep, farming and grazing cows, glimpses of villages, some marine panorama and some works of the Paris period of pittara depicting women and cafes along the Seine. beside pittara include works by d'andrade, rayper, issel, Dale, dalbesio, etc. 12 around artists on display. in every room a short simple and well written panel introduces the "school" where they belong and short biographies of the artists. the exhibition will visit in about half an hour. I don't personally attracted me very much for perhaps the subject matter but the set up is still-as with all exhibitions organized here-really great. also for the view you can do a scheduled guided tour. the visit of the Museum only costs € 10, the view 8 unguided and guided 12. Museum + free 18 + 14 €, guided Museum shows. for owners of Museum subscription is free of charge, except in the case of a visit to the exhibition with a guide. in this case you only pay for the € 4 of the guided tour of the exhibition. a must at least once a visit to this Museum!show original
visita guidata praticamente personale eseguita da una guida molto esperta. mobile ed opere d'arte decorative di livello da louvre. alla cassa chiedono se hai convenzioni per farti risparmiare. insomma... read more »guided virtually staff performed by a very knowledgeable guide. furniture and decorative works of art from the louvre. at checkout they ask if you have conventions to save you. In short, an excellent service. (from European capital ...)show original
Giovanni BajettoWonderful collections and guides preparedshow original
Salvo BilottiNice!!show original
Alma ChiampoI went several times to visit the Museum Rushed, I found it very well cared for, rich, beautiful and always accompanied by guides prepared, competent, comprehensive and passionate. Thank you!!!show original
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