Rome celebrates paintings of de Pisis

Palazzo Altemps, one of Rome's finest museums, presents a retrospective dedicated to the Italian artist and poet Filippo de Pisis (1896-1956), from 17 June until 20 September.

The exhibition of 40 works on paper and watercolours highlights the sensitive, delicate nature of de Pisis who is best known for his cityscapes, metaphysically-inspired maritime scenes and still lifes.

Later in life the extravagant de Pisis lived in Venice where he was ferried around in his personal gondola.

The museum is open Tues-Fri 14.00-19.45 (last entry 19.00) and Sat-Sun 10.30-19.45 (last entry 19.00).

Visitors are obliged to wear masks and maintain social distancing.

Tickets must be purchased exclusively online via the Coopculture website, for more information tel. 0639967701. 

 

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Address Piazza di Sant'Apollinare, 46, 00186 Roma RM, Italy

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Rome celebrates paintings of de Pisis

Piazza di Sant'Apollinare, 46, 00186 Roma RM, Italy