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Pinacoteca Civica di Spello

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ELear wrote a review Jan 2015
Ancona, Italy3,171 contributions1,811 helpful votes
The Pinacoteca is quite small and almost entirely devoted to sacred Christian art, which means that it may appeal to people who have just seen the frescoes by Pinturicchio and Perugino in the church next door. Here there are other frescoes (many saved from old churches), panel paintings, a marvellous mediaeval polychrome figure of the Virgin and Child, an anguishing pietà, precious reliquaries... My own favourites were the lovely, very early frescoes in the first two rooms. In December 2014 one or two of the frescoes were still away on loan to the highly successful 'From Giotto to Gentile' exhibition in Fabriano. They should be back by now. The gallery is in seven or eight rooms on the first floor of a 16th century palazzo, which means no lift, at least so far. There is a chair-lift though, and the staff are young and helpful, so if you think the stairs might be difficult give them a ring beforehand to see if something can be arranged. Not expensive. Photography no problem.
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Date of experience: December 2014
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