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Running exhibition from March 16th to July 26th 2015
"Chagall. Love and Life "

150 works between paintings and drawnings to tell the history of the Chagall's love for his wife Bella Rosenfeld, the basement of his art of painting.

Running exhibition from September 20th 2013 to February 22nd 2014

150 works by di Escher at the Bramante Cloister.

Running exhibition from December 18th 2012 to July 7th 2013
"Brueghel. Meraviglie dell'arte fiamminga."

Running Exhibition from March 16th to August 23rd 2012
"Miró. Poetry and light"

Running Exhibition from February 14th to March 18th 2012
"I cappelli di Otto. Homo faber ipsius fortunae. Ottorino Stefanini"

Running Exhibition from February 9th to March 4th 2012
"Our art. Giulio Galgani"

Running Exhibition from October 20th 2011 to January 22nd 2012
"Gli Orientalisti. Incanti e scoperte nella pittura dell’Ottocento italiano"

Running Exhibition from August 6th to September 10th 2011
"Francesco Visalli. Alternative Reality"

Running Exhibition from May 31st to June 26th 2011
"Goodbye BURMA - A trip to Birmania"

Running Exhibition from February 16th to April 10th 201
"Karl Lagerfeld. Percorso di lavoro"

RUNNING EXHIBITION from October 14th 2010 and January 31st 2011

Running Exhibition from April 24th to July 11th 2010
"GIACOMO FAVRETTO - Venezia fascino e seduzione"

Running Exhibition from Novembre 14th 2009 to March 14th 2010
"Boldini e gli italiani a Parigi"

Running Exhibition from October 24th to May 3rd 2009
"Giulio Cesare. The man, the exploits, the myth"

via della Pace, ROMA

Running Exhibition till February 3rd 2008
"I Macchiaioli. Sentiment of truth"

via della Pace, ROMA

This is a show of over 100 works dedicated to the Macchiaioli - a group of 19th-century Florentine and Neopolitan painters who reacted against the rule-bound Italian academies of art and looked to nature for instruction. The Macchiaioli felt that patches (Italian: macchia) of colour were the most significant aspect of painting and the only means man had of entering into contact with reality. The Chiostro del Bramante hosts this collection of rarely exhibited works by the fathers of Impressionism.

Running Exhibition till May 6th 2007
"Annibale Carracci "
via della Pace, ROMA

Running Exhibition till January 7th 2006
"Andy Warhol. Repent and don't sin anymore!"

Running Exhibition till June 5th 2005
via della Pace, ROMA

Running Exhibition from November 11th 2004 to February 27th 2005
"The italian impressionist Giuseppe de Nittis"

It has been opened in Rome at the Chiostro del Bramante an anthologic and retrospective exhibition dedicated to Giuseppe de Nittis. It has been chosen for this exhibition the most important works among the whole production of this artist (180 paintings and about 25 woks on paper) and also some unknowns De Nittis has been defined from critics "Southerner in the South, French in Paris and Londoner in London" and today he represents one of the most important step in picture during the nineteenth century in Italy. Already in 1877 Henry Houssaye considered de Nittis "the chief or the master of the new school of the painters who painted en plain air. He has spirit, colour, a real knowledge of the line perspective and the gift of the air perspective". The exhibition opens with the "Self-portrait" (1833), which wants to be an invitation to enter in his house as in his work, and goes developed in nine sections, elaborating a complete and exhaustive journey of his activity. The titles of the sections often come from expressions caught from the painter's note book or from some definitions made by his friends as Edmondo De Goncourt or Jules Clarétie. While in France the impressionists paint the life en plain air and that of ville lumière, de Nittis keeps out to date himself and his training by travelling and noting on different note-books his impressions about landscapes, cities and weather. In exhibition indeed, there are his studies about Nature, done during his numerous stays in Napoli, his concrete esearches about the representation of the light, the paintings dedicated to the Vesuvio, which portray the famous eruption in 1872, the trains at the carriages, the crossing of the English channel to join London with the new Steamboat, and, at least, the drawing room's society life and the feminine beauty. The main part of the exhibition comes from the Local Museum Art Gallery G. de Nittis in Barletta, which has the donation of the artist's works by his wife Léontine. Really important loans come from the Cimac in Milan, from the Museum Revoltella in Trieste, from the Ricci Oddi Gallery in Piacenza, from the Carnavalet Museum in Paris and from many Italian and foreign private collections.

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