Galleria Parmeggiani

Galleria Parmeggiani

This palace was built between 1925 and 1928 by Luigi Parmeggiani to house his collection d’ arte.Parmeggiani, born in Reggio Emilia and fled to London after several events related to his frequent environments anarchists, manages to Paris a gallery d’ art with the’ artist Ignacio Leon Y Escosura. After an adventurous life between different European capitals, combining its activitiesà in the market of’ art perhaps even that of forger, back in Reggio Emilia where he builds his house museum. L’ building seems to express a synthesis of models of ancient world , < strong> medieval and Renaissance. the hall houses a collection of marble and old-world style pottery, the sides will have smaller rooms, while the main path leads to the central hall, characterized by’ large skylight, recalls’ atrium with impluvium of the Roman house, but also the room of the sales gallery Escosura/Marcy to Parigi.L’ current system respects the thought of Parmeggiani and includes three rooms registered in the name European schools of painting (Flemish, Spanish, French/English), four rooms ac lassi materials (textiles, costumes, jewelery and weapons), three rooms for paintings by Escosura and Cesare Said. The central hall (dedicated to Clement, as a tribute to the cityà Reggio) hosts Italian paintings , Mobile objects ceramic and metal.


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Address Cairoli, 2
42121 Reggio Emilia


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