The Pinacoteca Comunale di Cesena, is a gallery of ancient art, modern and contemporary art, exhibiting paintings on wood, on canvas and sculptures from the late Middle Ages to the present, mainly specializing in Emilia Romagna origin. Most of the paintings on display in the halls of the Art Gallery were acquired following the Napoleonic and post-unification deletions, they are also added others, mostly coming from the Congregation of Charity and towns private collections. Among the nineteenth century and the twentieth was going to form the municipal collection, only recently, however, after several subsequent re-stagings in 1883, it is the current exhibition arrangement was found at the former monastery of San Biagio in 1984. The works on display date from a period between the XV century and the contemporary age and provide an overview of locally produced enriched by some important national significance attendance. You can admire the works of many local artists like Sacco, Serra, Savolini, Razzani, Milani, Malmerendi, Barbers, Severi of famous artists to the public as Guercino, Piazzetta, Sauces, Guttuso.