Neoclassico e Biedermeier dalle Collezioni Coronini Cronberg di Gorizia. 22 Oct-27 Feb 2005. Count William Coronini of Cronberg (1905-1990) and Mario Praz (1895-1982) were contemporary collectors; the former acquired a vast patrimony of works of art administered today by a foundation that carries his name; the latter created an exquisite home that perfectly illustrates the tastes and trends from 1770 to 1850, between neo-classicism and Biedermeier. This home in Rome has recently become the Praz Museum and now hosts a temporary exhibition of some 30 works from the Coronini Collection.
Address Museo Mario Praz, Via Zanardelli 1, tel. 066861089. Guided tours on the hour from 09.00-12.00, and from 14.30-18.30. Mon morning closed.
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Museo Mario Praz, Via Zanardelli 1, tel. 066861089. Guided tours on the hour from 09.00-12.00, and from 14.30-18.30. Mon morning closed.
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