Palazzo de' Rossi
eighteenth-century building in the historic center of the cityà and recently restored, Palace of’ Red è seat Caript Foundation. Prestigious example of Tuscan architecture,è interiors decorated with stucco and frescoes, a monumental staircase that connects the three floors of the building and a boardroom located on the main floor. The central part of the palace was begun in 1749 and designed by Raphael Olives and was completed at the end of the eighteenth century with the’ addition of’ south wing, designed by Salvatore Piccioli. L’ interior was completed in the first halfà dell’ eight hundred with a substantial uniformityà Decorative. The vaulted ceilings were decorated with motifs typical of the style of the early nineteenth century by painters Pistoia Valiani, Fini and Bezzuoli. The Palace, thanks to the re-equipping of the exhibition rooms on the ground floor, now becomes the center for all’ art of the twentieth century Pistoia, a point of reference for the knowledge of several generations of artists that have occurred along the last century.