Pieces from the Civic Collection of Art, the public palaces and from city’s Churches closed, as San Filippo Neri and San Silvestro
The Civic Museum of Osimo, hosted in the oriental area of the Palazzo Campana
Five rooms in chronological order, will conduce you in an art’s journey from Medio eve to Contemporary Age. During the visit it’s possible to admire The Madonna and Child with Angels, a sculpture from the 12th century; the frescos of the 300 by Andrea De Bologna; the precious polyptych of the venetian brothers Antonio and Bartolomeo Vivarini, showing the coronation of the Virgin (1464) or the evanescent lines and the colors of Claudio Ridolfi’s paintings, a venetian artist but from Le Marche region of adoption. To represent the artistic souls of the 7th century of the baroque we can find prestigious pieces by Pomarancio, the amazing ecstatic look of Guercino’s San Francesco and the strong contrasts lighted and darker of the Vestizione of San Silvestro of Giovan Francesco Guerrieri, named as “Caravaggio delle Marche”. The museum host also a series of contemporary art’s masterpieces, donation of artist from Le Marche region: genre’s scenes, local landscapes, famous portraits of Osimo’s citizen, but also drawings and paintings.
The series of xylographyes by Bruno Marsili, named as Bruno Da Osimo, in which stand out La Virgo Lauretana and the printings in many ways of Luigi Bartolini, polyhedric artist who lived in Osimo; so interesting! You will find unique the loft in the last room where 250 papier-mâché’s little statue by Luigi Guacci are situated, important donation of a local collector.