The Museum of Graphic Arts is located in the historic center of Pisa on the Lungarno Galilei. The Museum is part of the University Museum System of the University of Pisa. Housed in the rooms of Palazzo Lanfranchi, the Graphics Museum was founded by the Municipality of Pisa and University of Pisa, which together plan to submit to the city an original structure and very impressive that integrates, at levels of excellence, the city museum system . The Museum of Graphic itself as one of the most important collections of contemporary graphic public, able to present to scholars, students and enthusiasts an artistic landscape of lofty ideals that sheds light, through the great intellectual class of figures like Sebastiano Timpanaro, Carlo Ludovico Ragghianti and Giulio Carlo Argan. The donation Argan comprises approximately 600 pieces and relate to the historical and artistic vicissitudes of the second half of the twentieth century. Other donations are by Arnaldo Pomodoro and Emilio Vedova, Ernesto Treccani, Bruno Munari, Capogrossi and Pablo Picasso. Today the museum houses temporary exhibitions related to the topic of graphics and engraving in art history.