After nearly twenty years away from home, works from the Museum of Prato collection have returned to their rightful place in the beautiful Palazzo Pretorio. The building has just reopened after being closed to the public since 1997. The museum houses works by Lippi, Donatello, Giovanni da Milano, Agnolo Gaddi, Santi di Tito, Alessandro Allori, Battistello Caracciolo, and the modern art of Jacques Lipchitz. Additionally, the museum’s collection contains sketches by Lorenzo Bartolini, who was considered to be the greatest Italian sculptor in the nineteenth century. Hailed by Napoleon and the experts of his day as a ‘star,’ Bartolini is something of a local celebrity.