The birth of the Capitoline Museum dates back to 1471, when Pope Sixtus IV gave the Roman people a group of bronze statues of great symbolic value. The collections have a close connection with the city of Rome, where most of the works."Pintoricchio painter of Borgia The mystery revealed by Giulia Farnese"A fascinating exhibition that collects beautiful paintings and tells courtesan stories of the late 15th century in Rome. The protagonists are a Pope, the controversial Alexander VI of the century Rodrigo Borgia (1431, pope from 1492 to 1503), a beautiful and beautiful lady, Giulia Farnese (1475-1524), adolescent lover and concubine not too hidden The exhibition consists of Three sections (and an unexpected conclusion): - the first section covers works recovered after theft, presents some paintings owned by the National Museum of San Matteo in Pisa, - the second section covers works saved by the lands of the territory of Central Italy , Particularly of the Marche, - The third section sets the target on a unfortunately very present theme, the damage caused by the wars, starting from the example of Benevento's heritage, the Pope himself and one of the most extravagant artists of our Renaissance , Bernardino di Betto, known as Pintoricchio (c.1454-1513). For the exhibition, 33 works of our Renaissance were selected: portraits of the Borgia family and fine paintings by Bernardino di Betto, the Crucifixion of the Borghese Gallery, the Madonna of Peace of San Severino Marche and the Fever of Valencia make the right framework for the Recently restored Madonna and the little girl Jesus of the hands. Seven ancient Roman sculptures from Capitolini collections will also be presented, in close dialogue with the paintings of the Borgia apartment (replicated on display with faithful gigantographers) with the aim of documenting how Pintoricchio has attracted the ancient to promote artistic and cultural culture "Rebirth" in Rome."Beauty re-found, art denied and regained on display"Our artistic beauties are continually subjected to theft, vandalism and damage due to natural disasters but also to man's hand. Art denied, mortified, and destroyed by wars, thefts and catastrophes like earthquakes, however, can be found by rubble like phoenix, can be re-revealed thanks to the will, commitment and ability of man to recapture and reconstruct Your identity through art.



Meeting Point

@Piazza del Campidoglio 1
SCHEDULE : from 09.00 AM to 07.30 PM


"La bellezza ritrovata. Arte negata e riconquistata in mostra"
"Pintoricchio pittore dei Borgia. Il mistero svelato di Giulia Farnese"

Adults € 21,00

Reduct € 19,00 (6 - 25 years)
Free (under 6 years)

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