Palazzo Zevallos Stigliano is located in Naples in via Toledo, one of the most central streets of the city. Built by Luigi Platania in the 20s of the twentieth century glazed ceiling takes the liberty architecture. The Palazzo Zevallos holds exhibitions and exhibitions and inside you can admire the rich collection, which numbers 120 works. Among the works housed there are the sculptures by Vincenzo Gemito important Neapolitan artist. The pictorial decorations are definitely of great interest with the representations made by Giuseppe Cammarano including the Apotheosis of Sappho. The walls are painted by Gennaro Maldarelli, Cammarano student. Maldarelli creates paintings Art Nouveau floral motifs, animals and dancing putti. In Stucchi room displays the Martyrdom of Saint Ursula Caravaggio, the mythological decorations of Antonio Canova and the depiction of Sleep by Bertel Thorvaldsen. Currently the Palazzo Zevallos Stigliano is managed by Intesa San Paolo and is part of the "Galleries of Italy".