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Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria. Perugia (PG)


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Palazzo dei Priori. Perugia (PG)
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The Galleria Nazionale dell’Umbria is hosted in the upper floors of Palazzo dei Priori, with the entrance in Corso Vannucci. Born from the original nucleus of works from the local Academy of Fine Arts of Perugia—second half of the 16th century—the collection grew significantly between the end of the 1700s and the first half of the 1800s, and later was further enriched as a consequence of the suppression of the religious orders by the Unitarian State. The current Museum arrangement, inaugurated in December 2006, occupies a surface of 4,000sq meters distributed on two levels. The prestigious collection, chronologically ordered, includes a wide variety of works, which range from paintings on wooden panels, canvases and frescoes, to sculptures in wood and marble, to goldsmiths and fabrics, all highly representative of Italian artistic production between the 13th and 19th century. Among the masterpieces of the medieval and Renaissance periods, the works of Arnolfo di Cambio, Nicola and Giovanni [...]
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