Pinacoteca dell’Accademia Albertina, Turin

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TripAdvisor
  • Very nice and quiet art gallery, which reminded me of a similar academia gallery in Vienna. Go only if you like old master art and can survive some more religious art. Then you'll be surprised. I real...  more »
  • If you have 45 minutes to spare, just pop in to this little gallery, they have surprisingly interesting collections, well arranged. There were not many visitors there on easter sunday (just one other ...  more »
  • This art gallery has an interesting collection of paintings, including some very beautiful early religious works. It's well arranged, and there is information in English on specific works. Particularl...  more »
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  • Nice location, friendly staff. Unfortunately the quality of the permanent collection is definitely not memorable than you would expect ... Better not speak instead about temporary exhibitions, of which very few remain valid and many instead eventually turn out to be fraudulent. " But a ride deserves it, even just to see what it contains.
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  • Recommended for lovers of the art of 1700-1800. The pinacoteca counts 12 halls, exhibiting mainly paintings and sculptures belonging to the permanent collection. These works have been donated or purchased as teaching material for the Academy of fine arts. Also in the same rooms, are also exhibited contemporary works in temporary installations. The permanent collection includes-sounding names, but the works are still beautiful.
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  • An art gallery that I did not know despite being many times in Turin. Full of masterpieces. A must see for art lovers.
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