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Among many precious 12th, 13th and 14 th century paintings you will find a room of Guido Reni and two Vassari that shows he was a serious painter besides a chronicler of his time and his more famous contemporaries. Notable paintings also by father and...More
We enjoyed exploring the progression of art - from the 1300s forward. The majority of the pictures were religious. The rooms were well numbered and the art was nicely displayed. There was typically one sign that was in English for the room that provided an...More
This large and grand building has a substantial art collection linked to the early history of the area. If you are a fan of early religious art and iconographic works, then this is a gem. For those seeking a wider mix, it is still a...More
This is Bologna’s National Gallery and was originally the Accademia di Belle Arti, but since 1885 the Pinacoteca and the Accademia have been separated. The collection grew mainly from donations and includes a lot of religious art and works from the Renaissance period, Raphael, Perugino,...More
Located in an impressive building in the University quarter, this gallery provides a comprehensive survey of religious art of the Renissance and Baroque periods. Pity that it didn't have a cafe for refreshment after the walk from the Piazza Maggiore and that it was not...More
The paintings and frescoes in this museum are organized in chronological order starting from middle age. The predominant art is religious based.
Not much explanations given in English, so brush of your Italian
The paintings and frescoes in this museum are organized in chronological order starting from middle age religious art to early renaissance art. Because of this, I was able to begin to understand the evolution in art form in these two periods. The focus was on...More
There are many works of art to see in this huge art gallery, but the religious icons of the mediaeval period must be the highlight. They are concentrated in two corridors close to the entrance and to be honest I really didn’t want to look...More