Ente Cassa di Risparmio displays its art collection

Ente Cassa di Risparmio displays its art collection

Priceless works, normally in storage, now on display

Wed 05 Oct 2016 10:36 AM

Historic Florentine bank Ente Cassa di Risparmio is currently displaying its sizeable art collection at its headquarters in via Bufalini.


Open to the public until January 15, 2017, this exhibition is the first time that the Ente Cassa is displaying the works, having stored them away due to the value of the various pieces. Titled “In Collection. An art exhibition from 13th to the 20th century”, the show includes 900 works, with sculptures and paintings by the likes of Giotto and Filippino Lippi as well as pieces by the Macchiaioli movement and naturalist painters such as Giovanni Fattori. The collection also counts a large number of drawings and lithographs by Pietro Annigoni and Luciano Guarnieri.

The exhibition starts with an “immersion room” in the entrance hall, an introduction to the collection, with multimedia projections. Visiting the collection is free, although advance booking is required. Email info@entecarifirenze.it or call 055/5384001 for more information.

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