Entrance of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture
Entrance of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture
Salon of the views in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the building to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history and showing the debut of the Italian fashion, at the beginning of the 1900 to reach its extreme results of recent decades.
Salon of the views in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the building to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history and showing the debut of the Italian fashion, at the beginning of the 1900 to reach its extreme results of recent decades.
Haute-couture dresses in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history and showing the debut of the Italian fashion, at the beginning of the 1900 to reach its extreme results of recent decades.In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the building to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture
Room of the crib of the Savoia Princes in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The crib was realized in 1901 by Giulio Monteverde for the Italian Kings and donated later to the museum collection. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”.
Haute-couture dresses in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history and showing the debut of the Italian fashion, at the beginning of the 1900 to reach its extreme results of recent decades.In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the building to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture
Room of the crib of the Savoia Princes in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The crib was realized in 1901 by Giulio Monteverde for the Italian Kings and donated later to the museum collection. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”.
Portrait of Alexandra Keiller in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The painting by the Norwegian artist Christian Meyer Ross (1843-1902) is conserved in the Villino Boncompagni. The museum houses It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history and showing the debut of the Italian fashion, at the beginning of the 1900 to reach its extreme results of recent decades.
Salon of the views in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the building to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history and showing the debut of the Italian fashion, at the beginning of the 1900 to reach its extreme results of recent decades.
Portrait of the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the building to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history.
Portrait of the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the building to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history.
Study of Pope Boncanpgni Gregor XIII in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The ex dining room is conceived as ideal study of Pope Gregor XIII, descender of the family in XVI century. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the building to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”.
Study of Pope Boncanpgni Gregor XIII in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The ex dining room is conceived as ideal study of Pope Gregor XIII, descender of the family in XVI century. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the building to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”.
Haute-couture dresses in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history and showing the debut of the Italian fashion, at the beginning of the 1900 to reach its extreme results of recent decades.In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the building to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture
Haute-couture dresses in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history and showing the debut of the Italian fashion, at the beginning of the 1900 to reach its extreme results of recent decades.In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the building to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture
Haute-couture dresses in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history and showing the debut of the Italian fashion, at the beginning of the 1900 to reach its extreme results of recent decades.In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the building to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture
Haute-couture dresses in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history and showing the debut of the Italian fashion, at the beginning of the 1900 to reach its extreme results of recent decades.In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the building to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture
Salon of the views in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the building to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history and showing the debut of the Italian fashion, at the beginning of the 1900 to reach its extreme results of recent decades.
Room of the crib of the Savoia Princes in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The crib was realized in 1901 by Giulio Monteverde for the Italian Kings and donated later to the museum collection. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”.
Room of the crib of the Savoia Princes in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The crib was realized in 1901 by Giulio Monteverde for the Italian Kings and donated later to the museum collection. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”.
Room of the crib of the Savoia Princes in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The crib was realized in 1901 by Giulio Monteverde for the Italian Kings and donated later to the museum collection. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”.
Hall of the tapestries in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history.
Hall of the tapestries in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history.
Haute-couture dresses in the hall of the tapestries in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history.
Fashion accessories in the hall of the tapestries in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history.
Haute-couture dresses in the hall of the tapestries in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history.
Haute-couture dresses in the hall of the tapestries in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history.
Fashion accessories in the hall of the tapestries in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history.
Fashion accessories in the hall of the tapestries in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history.
Fashion accessories in the hall of the tapestries in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history.
Hall of the tapestries in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history.
Haute-couture dresses in the hall of the tapestries in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history.
Haute-couture dresses in the hall of the tapestries in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history.
Haute-couture dresses in the hall of the tapestries in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history.
Hall of the tapestries in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history.
Hall of the tapestries in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the Villino Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum collects paintings, sculptures, ceramics and original furnishings of the “Villino Boncompagni”. It houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history.
The palm of fashion in the room dedicated to Palma Buccarelli of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room houses the collection of haute-couture dresses and fashion accessories donated in 1995 to the Museum by Palma Buccarelli fascinating woman and first superintendent of the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rome. The wardrobe is composed by important pieces of Roman dressmakers and documents the evolution of the fashion in the forties and fifties in Italy. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The palm of fashion in the room dedicated to Palma Buccarelli of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room houses the collection of haute-couture dresses and fashion accessories donated in 1995 to the Museum by Palma Buccarelli fascinating woman and first superintendent of the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rome. The wardrobe is composed by important pieces of Roman dressmakers and documents the evolution of the fashion in the forties and fifties in Italy. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The palm of fashion in the room dedicated to Palma Buccarelli of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room houses the collection of haute-couture dresses and fashion accessories donated in 1995 to the Museum by Palma Buccarelli fascinating woman and first superintendent of the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rome. The wardrobe is composed by important pieces of Roman dressmakers and documents the evolution of the fashion in the forties and fifties in Italy. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The palm of fashion in the room dedicated to Palma Buccarelli of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room houses the collection of haute-couture dresses and fashion accessories donated in 1995 to the Museum by Palma Buccarelli fascinating woman and first superintendent of the National Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art in Rome. The wardrobe is composed by important pieces of Roman dressmakers and documents the evolution of the fashion in the forties and fifties in Italy. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The room of the Spring in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. It houses fourof the eighteen dedicated by the prominent member of the Italian Art nouveau and painter Galileo Chini to the Spring in 1914. The panels were exposed at the IX Biennale of Venice in 1914. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Haute-couture dresses in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history and showing the debut of the Italian fashion, at the beginning of the 1900 to reach its extreme results of recent decades.In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the building to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture.
Haute-couture dresses in the main floor of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum houses about eight hundred pieces clothing and fashion accessories illustrating the Italian fashion history and showing the debut of the Italian fashion, at the beginning of the 1900 to reach its extreme results of recent decades.In 1972 the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni donated the building to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture.
The room of the Spring in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. It houses fourof the eighteen dedicated by the prominent member of the Italian Art nouveau and painter Galileo Chini to the Spring in 1914. The panels were exposed at the IX Biennale of Venice in 1914. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The room of the Spring in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. It houses fourof the eighteen dedicated by the prominent member of the Italian Art nouveau and painter Galileo Chini to the Spring in 1914. The panels were exposed at the IX Biennale of Venice in 1914. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The room of the Spring in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. It houses fourof the eighteen dedicated by the prominent member of the Italian Art nouveau and painter Galileo Chini to the Spring in 1914. The panels were exposed at the IX Biennale of Venice in 1914. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The room of the Spring in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. It houses fourof the eighteen dedicated by the prominent member of the Italian Art nouveau and painter Galileo Chini to the Spring in 1914. The panels were exposed at the IX Biennale of Venice in 1914. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Between Futurism and Art Déco in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room documents the relationship between art and decorative arts in the Twenties and houses paintings of Giacomo Balla, Gian Emilio Malerba and the Hungarian Oskar Brázda. Among the collection a carpet by the artist of Futurism Enrico Prampolini. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Between Futurism and Art Déco in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room documents the relationship between art and decorative arts in the Twenties and houses paintings of Giacomo Balla, Gian Emilio Malerba and the Hungarian Oskar Brázda. Among the collection a carpet by the artist of Futurism Enrico Prampolini. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Between Futurism and Art Déco in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room documents the relationship between art and decorative arts in the Twenties and houses paintings of Giacomo Balla, Gian Emilio Malerba and the Hungarian Oskar Brázda. Among the collection a carpet by the artist of Futurism Enrico Prampolini. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Portrait of the photographer Gustavo Bonaventura in the room Between Futurism and Art Déco of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The portrait by the the Hungarian artist Oskar Brázda dates from 1921. The room Between Futurism and Art Déco documents the relationship between art and decorative arts in the Twenties and houses paintings of Giacomo Balla, Gian Emilio Malerba and the Hungarian Oskar Brázda. Among the collection a carpet by the artist of Futurism Enrico Prampolini. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Between Futurism and Art Déco in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room documents the relationship between art and decorative arts in the Twenties and houses paintings of Giacomo Balla, Gian Emilio Malerba and the Hungarian Oskar Brázda. Among the collection a carpet by the artist of Futurism Enrico Prampolini. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The Masks in the room Between Futurism and Art Déco of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The painting by Gian Emilio Malerba dates from 1922. The room Between Futurism and Art Déco documents the relationship between art and decorative arts in the Twenties and houses paintings of Giacomo Balla, Gian Emilio Malerba and the Hungarian Oskar Brázda. Among the collection a carpet by the artist of Futurism Enrico Prampolini.
Between Futurism and Art Déco in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room documents the relationship between art and decorative arts in the Twenties and houses paintings of Giacomo Balla, Gian Emilio Malerba and the Hungarian Oskar Brázda. Among the collection a carpet by the artist of Futurism Enrico Prampolini. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Between Futurism and Art Déco in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room documents the relationship between art and decorative arts in the Twenties and houses paintings of Giacomo Balla, Gian Emilio Malerba and the Hungarian Oskar Brázda. Among the collection a carpet by the artist of Futurism Enrico Prampolini. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Portrait of Arturo Campanile in the room Between Futurism and Art Déco of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The painting by Leonetta Cecchi Pieraccini represents the beau monde in the Twenties. The room Between Futurism and Art Déco documents the relationship between art and decorative arts in the Twenties and houses paintings of Giacomo Balla, Gian Emilio Malerba and the Hungarian Oskar Brázda. Among the collection a carpet by the artist of Futurism Enrico Prampolini. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Between Futurism and Art Déco in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room documents the relationship between art and decorative arts in the Twenties and houses paintings of Giacomo Balla, Gian Emilio Malerba and the Hungarian Oskar Brázda. Among the collection a carpet by the artist of Futurism Enrico Prampolini. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Carpet by Enrico Prampolini in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room Between Futurism and Art Déco documents the relationship between art and decorative arts in the Twenties and houses paintings of Giacomo Balla, Gian Emilio Malerba and the Hungarian Oskar Brázda. Among the collection a carpet by the artist of Futurism Enrico Prampolini. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Between Futurism and Art Déco in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room documents the relationship between art and decorative arts in the Twenties and houses paintings of Giacomo Balla, Gian Emilio Malerba and the Hungarian Oskar Brázda. Among the collection a carpet by the artist of Futurism Enrico Prampolini. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The Blonde Brunette in the room Between Futurism and Art Déco of the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The painting by Giacomo Balla dates from 1926. The room Between Futurism and Art Déco documents the relationship between art and decorative arts in the Twenties and houses paintings of Giacomo Balla, Gian Emilio Malerba and the Hungarian Oskar Brázda. Among the collection a carpet by the artist of Futurism Enrico Prampolini. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Between Futurism and Art Déco in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room documents the relationship between art and decorative arts in the Twenties and houses paintings of Giacomo Balla, Gian Emilio Malerba and the Hungarian Oskar Brázda. Among the collection a carpet by the artist of Futurism Enrico Prampolini. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Haute-couture dresses of the Thirties in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room conserves the bathroom commissioned by the Prince Andrea Boncompagni in 1932 and is dedicated to fashion, art and decorative arts of the Thirties. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The bathroom in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The bathroom was commissioned by the Prince Andrea Boncompagni in 1932. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The Friends in the Room of the Thirties in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The painting by Giorgio De Chirico dates from 1940. The room conserves although the bathroom commissioned by the Prince Andrea Boncompagni in 1932 and is dedicated to fashion, art and decorative arts of the Thirties. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The bathroom in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The bathroom was commissioned by the Prince Andrea Boncompagni in 1932. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic to promote art and culture. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Haute-couture dresses of the Thirties in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room conserves the bathroom commissioned by the Prince Andrea Boncompagni in 1932 and is dedicated to fashion, art and decorative arts of the Thirties. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Young Lady in the Room of the Thirties in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The painting by Giannino Marchig represents the fashion style of the Thirties. The room conserves the bathroom commissioned by the Prince Andrea Boncompagni in 1932. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The Room of the Thirties in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room conserves the bathroom commissioned by the Prince Andrea Boncompagni in 1932 and is dedicated to fashion, art and decorative arts of the Thirties. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Young Lady in the Room of the Thirties in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The painting by Giannino Marchig represents the fashion style of the Thirties. The room conserves the bathroom commissioned by the Prince Andrea Boncompagni in 1932. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Between Futurism and Art Déco in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room documents the relationship between art and decorative arts in the Twenties and houses paintings of Giacomo Balla, Gian Emilio Malerba and the Hungarian Oskar Brázda. Among the collection a carpet by the artist of Futurism Enrico Prampolini. The Decorative Arts Museum of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The visit in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The painting by Innocenti Camillo dates from 1908. The hallway of the second floor of the museum, a time the private rooms of the Villino Boncompagni, houses paintings, dresses and furniture that represents the Belle Époque from the end of the XIX to the beginning of the First World War. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Rooms dedicated to the Belle Époque in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. A part of the second floor of the museum, a time the private rooms of the Villino Boncompagni, houses paintings, dresses and furniture that represents the Belle Époque from the end of the XIX to the beginning of the First World War. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Rooms dedicated to the Belle Époque in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. A part of the second floor of the museum, a time the private rooms of the Villino Boncompagni, houses paintings, dresses and furniture that represents the Belle Époque from the end of the XIX to the beginning of the First World War. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Rooms dedicated to the Belle Époque in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. A part of the second floor of the museum, a time the private rooms of the Villino Boncompagni, houses paintings, dresses and furniture that represents the Belle Époque from the end of the XIX to the beginning of the First World War. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Rooms dedicated to the Belle Époque in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. A part of the second floor of the museum, a time the private rooms of the Villino Boncompagni, houses paintings, dresses and furniture that represents the Belle Époque from the end of the XIX to the beginning of the First World War. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The Room of Love in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room houses small and precious sculptures of animals by Alfredo Biagini, Enea Antonelli, Roberto Rosati e Ferruccio Palazzi and portraits of children. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The Room of Love in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room houses small and precious sculptures of animals by Alfredo Biagini, Enea Antonelli, Roberto Rosati e Ferruccio Palazzi and portraits of children. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Rooms dedicated to the Belle Époque in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. A part of the second floor of the museum, a time the private rooms of the Villino Boncompagni, houses paintings, dresses and furniture that represents the Belle Époque from the end of the XIX to the beginning of the First World War. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Rooms dedicated to the Belle Époque in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. A part of the second floor of the museum, a time the private rooms of the Villino Boncompagni, houses paintings, dresses and furniture that represents the Belle Époque from the end of the XIX to the beginning of the First World War. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Portrait of Miss Dall'Oppio in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The painting by Lionne Enrico (Enrico della Leonessa) dates from 1897. The hall of the second floor of the museum, a time the private rooms of the Villino Boncompagni, houses paintings, dresses and furniture that represents the Belle Époque from the end of the XIX to the beginning of the First World War. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The Modernism in Rome in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room of the second floor of the museum, a time the private rooms of the Villino Boncompagni, houses the stained glass window The Warriors by Duilio Cambellotti from 1912, furniture and a precious collection of ceramic realized in the same period. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The Room of Love in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room houses small and precious sculptures of animals by Alfredo Biagini, Enea Antonelli, Roberto Rosati e Ferruccio Palazzi and portraits of children. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The Modernism in Rome in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room of the second floor of the museum, a time the private rooms of the Villino Boncompagni, houses the stained glass window The Warriors by Duilio Cambellotti from 1912, furniture and a precious collection of ceramic realized in the same period. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The Modernism in Rome in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room of the second floor of the museum, a time the private rooms of the Villino Boncompagni, houses the stained glass window The Warriors by Duilio Cambellotti from 1912, furniture and a precious collection of ceramic realized in the same period. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
The Modernism in Rome in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The room of the second floor of the museum, a time the private rooms of the Villino Boncompagni, houses the stained glass window The Warriors by Duilio Cambellotti from 1912, furniture and a precious collection of ceramic realized in the same period. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
Portrait of Miss Dall'Oppio in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The painting by Lionne Enrico (Enrico della Leonessa) dates from 1897. The hall of the second floor of the museum, a time the private rooms of the Villino Boncompagni, houses paintings, dresses and furniture that represents the Belle Époque from the end of the XIX to the beginning of the First World War. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
In the Cabin in the Boncompagni Ludovisi Decorative Arts Museum in Rome, Italy. The painting by Arturo Noci dates from 1911. The hall of the second floor of the museum, a time the private rooms of the Villino Boncompagni, houses paintings, dresses and furniture that represents the Belle Époque from the end of the XIX to the beginning of the First World War. Boncompagni Ludovisi Museum is located in the Villino Boncompagni, an Art Nouveau villa, built in the early years of the twentieth century and donated in 1972 by the princess Blanceflor de Bildt Boncompagni to the Italian Republic. The Museum was opened in 1995 to promote and develop the Italian decorative arts, costume and fashion.
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