The Galleria Rinaldo Carnielo is a museum located in the center of Florence. The gallery is housed in an Art Nouveau building. The museum is named Rinaldo Carnielo academic sculptor of the second half of the nineteenth century. The gallery was the house - studio of the artist of. Rinaldo Carnielo lived in Florence and was formed at the Academy of Fine Arts. His art is eclectic and inspired by the Renaissance, not to mention the artistic experiences of the nineteenth century as the Macchiaioli and later the vanguard. The gallery houses a collection of bronzes, drawings and carvings that evoke the Florentine Renaissance and forms made by Carnielo. Among the most important works stand out the dying Mozart and the Angel of Death. In the rooms they are housed furniture and vases from the mannerist style. They are part of the collection also has paintings of the fourteenth century both Macciaioli: Alloy, Fattori and Signorini. Today are preserved over three hundred sculptures Carnielo who lived and worked here. Currently for restoration the gallery is closed to the public. The future plan is to reopen with a more inclusive project that gives the opportunity to visit the Art Nouveau palace, the collection and the artist's workshop.