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Museo dell'Accademia di Belle Arti. Perugia (PG)

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The Accademia delle Belle Arti Pietro Vannucci of Perugia sees the light—the second after Florence—as an Academy of Design, founded in 1573 by the painter Orazio Alfani and the architect and mathematician Raffaele Sozi. Since 1901, the Academy has been housed inside the ancient Convent of San Francesco al Prato, a prestigious place next to the Oratory of San Bernardino, the work of Agostino di Duccio. After 1974, it has also been the exhibition premises of prestigious collections of art, arranged in three sections: The Gipsoteca, i.e. a gallery collecting gypsum plaster copies of famous sculptures; The Art Gallery; and The Gabinetto, i.e. the department of prints and drawings. The first nucleus of the collections consists of the monumental gypsum plaster copies of The Dawn and Dusk, and The Day and Night, works of Michelangelo Buonarroti—held in the Medici Chapel in Florence, in the complex of the San Lorenzo Basilica—casted and donated in the 16th century by the Perugian Vincenzo Danti [...]