Paintings and sculptures in an ex Carmelitane Nuns Convent

In Rome, looking for old taste!

A Gallery of Art, including paintings and sculptures of the twentieth Italian centuryin an ex convent of Carmelitane nuns!

You can visit the Municipal Gallery, which offers a selection of masterpieces, more than three thousand works, presented in the many small rooms of the three floors.

Symbolism, Naturalism, Pointillism and 

Love Song by Giorgio De Chirico-1914

Futurism, through the works of Guttuso, Manzù, MorandiDe Chirico … Galleria d’Arte Moderna:Figures.

GALLERIA D’ARTE MODERNA
MUNICIPAL GALLERY
Via Francesco Crispi 24, Rome
Tickets:5,30 euros
From Tuesday to Sunday , 10.00 to 18.00 

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4 thoughts on “Paintings and sculptures in an ex Carmelitane Nuns Convent

  1. Great tip! Love Song by Giorgio De Chirico is a true beauty. I love exploring convents. It’s the perfect spot for works of art. Also, I really like your top shot. It’s quite dramatic! I can almost feel the breeze! Theadora

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