Works by the likes of Modigliani, Boldini and Van Gogh are on show at this neo-classical palace.
This neo-classical palace dedicated to 19th- and 20th-century art is one of the most eye-pleasing buildings in the Villa Borghese gardens. Major Italian works include the bombast of Canova’s Hercules (1795), the melancholy of Modigliani, Boldini’s society portraits with a twist, the metaphysical masterpieces of De Chirico, and a smattering of Futurism, not to mention Lucio Fontana and Burri. International stars include The Three Ages by Klimt (1905) and The Gardener (1889) and Madame Ginoux (1890) by Van Gogh. Cézanne, Braque, Rodin and Henry Moore are also represented here.
|Venue name:||La Galleria Nazionale|
Viale delle Belle Arti, 131
00197 Roma RM
|Opening hours:||8.30am-7.30pm Tue-Sun.|
|Transport:||Tram 3 and Tram 19|