The Museum Of Capodimonte
Capodimonte Museum , opened in 1957, houses a gallery d’ art among the mostù richest and most prestigious d’ Italy in the palace, obligatory stop on the Grand Tour, commissioned in 1738 by Charles of Bourbon, to accommodate the Farnese Collection inherited by his mother Elisabeth. Visit Capodimonteè like running a manual of the history of art from the Two hundred to century and beyond. In the Farnese Collection, one of the più famous Renaissance masterpieces by Titian, Raphael, Botticelli, Michelangelo, Mantegna, Correggio, Parmigianino, Lotto, El Greek and Carracci, meet masterpieces by artists of every school Italian painting.
The arts gallery in Naples from Two hundred to eighteenth century exhibits, coming mostlyù from Neapolitan churches and monasteries, works Simone Martini, Titian, Caravaggio, Ribera, Artemisia Gentileschi, Luca Giordano and Francesco Solimena.
Complete collections Galleria dell’ nineteenth and l’ nineteenth century private, with works by Boldini, Moan, Mancini, and the section, unique among medieval art museums and modern Italian, dedicated to’ contemporary art, with artists such as Alberto Burri and Andy Warhol.
Capodimonteè also a Bosco. Born as a hunting reserve, the Royal Wood è It pristine green area overlooking the cityà and the Bay of Naples. Because of its historical, architectural and botanical Bosco di Capodimonteè He was appointed in 2014 più park; beautiful in Italy.