The Palazzo Ricci Museum is located in the historic center of Macerata and is in the eponymous sixteenth century palace. Of particular value are the rooms of the main floor, including the lavish Party Room, finely decorated with a decoration cycle inspired by Ovid's Metamorphosis of the late eighteenth century the early nineteenth century. The Museum houses a rich collection of works of the twentieth century is both sculptural paintings. Among the Italian artists find the Ecce Puer Medardo Rosso, Umberto Boccioni, the Sunset with two sheaves of Gino Severini, the portrait of the woman and force-lines by Giacomo Balla landscape. No less interesting is the Still Life with Fruit Dish and dove Soffici. Del Futurist period we find the likes of Fortunato Depero, Enrico Prampolini and Ivo Pannaggi. Informal finds its greatest exponents with Lucio Fontana, Alberto Burri Roberto Crippa, Gianni Dova, Tancredi Parmeggiani, Emilio Scanavino and Capogrossi. The path winds through the Italian Pop Art with members such as Mario Schifano, Tano Festa, Valerio Adami, Emilio Tadini, Lucio del Pezzo, Tino Stefanoni up to sculptors Gino Marotta and Mario Ceroli. The collection is complemented by a substantial collection of sculptures documenting the plastic research of the twentieth century with the works of Arturo Martini, the Pomodoro brothers, Francesco Messina, Augusto Perez, Giacomo Manzu, Umberto Mastroianni and Luciano Minguzzi.