The Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. It is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings, showing on its facade a series of stucco sculptures representing Roman heroes and emperors. Its elegant inner courtyard is decorated with the Olympian gods and goddesses and with mythological scenes. The palace is the seat of the Italian State Council.The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting.
The garden of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings, showing on its facade a series of stucco sculptures representing Roman heroes and emperors.
Colonnato, or Perspective Gallery of Borromini in the Giardino Segreto (secret garden) of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro in Rome, Italy. The gallery was built by the architect Francesco Borromini in 1653, for Cardinal Bernardino Spada, and is an illusionistic masterpiece of Roman baroque. Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro is one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings
Colonnato, or Perspective Gallery of Borromini in the Giardino Segreto (secret garden) of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro in Rome, Italy. The gallery was built by the architect Francesco Borromini in 1653, for Cardinal Bernardino Spada, and is an illusionistic masterpiece of Roman baroque. Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro is one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings
Colonnato, or Perspective Gallery of Borromini in the Giardino Segreto (secret garden) of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro in Rome, Italy. The gallery was built by the architect Francesco Borromini in 1653, for Cardinal Bernardino Spada, and is an illusionistic masterpiece of Roman baroque. Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro is one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings
The Hall of the Popes or First Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. It conserves three portraits of the Cardinal Bernardino Spada, one by Giudo Reni and one by Guercino. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The Hall of the Popes or First Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. It conserves three portraits of the Cardinal Bernardino Spada, one by Giudo Reni and one by Guercino. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The Hall of the Popes or First Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. It conserves three portraits of the Cardinal Bernardino Spada, one by Giudo Reni and one by Guercino. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Portraits in the Hall of the Popes or First Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The male and female busts dates from the 1st century A.C. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Portrait of the Cardinal Bernardino Spada by Giudo Reni in the Hall of the Popes or First Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Head of Minerva in the Hall of the Popes or First Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The buste dates from the 1st century A.C. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Frieze of the Second Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The sculpture is a copy from the XVII century. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The Second Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The sculpture is a copy from the XVII century. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Bust of Laocoonte in the Second Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The copy is attributed to Gian Lorenzo Bernini. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Bust of Laocoonte in the Second Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The copy is attributed to Gian Lorenzo Bernini. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The Second Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The sculpture is a copy from the XVII century. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The Second Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The sculpture is a copy from the XVII century. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The Second Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The sculpture is a copy from the XVII century. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Frieze of the Second Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The sculpture is a copy from the XVII century. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Frieze of the Second Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The sculpture is a copy from the XVII century. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Female Bust in the third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The bust dates from the 2nd century A.C. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Female Bust in the third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The bust dates from the 2nd century A.C. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The Second Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The sculpture is a copy from the XVII century. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Aphrodite in the third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The sculpture dates from the 1st century A.C. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Sleeping Cupid in the third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The sculpture origins from the Roman School of the XVI century. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The sleep in the third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The sculpture origins from the workshop of Alessandro Algardi. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Hercules in the third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The sculpture dates from the 2nd century A.C. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Bust of Plotina in the third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The bust dates from the 2nd century A.C. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Bust of bearded man in the third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The bust dates from the XVII century . The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Sculpture of philosopher in the third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The sculpture dates from the 1st century B.C/1st century A.C. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Sleeping Cupid in the third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The sculpture origins from the Roman School of the XVI century. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Sculpture of philosopher in the third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The sculpture dates from the 1st century B.C/1st century A.C. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Allegory of the elements fire and air in the third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Allegory of the seasons summer and spring in the third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The last Hall or Study of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The school conserves paintings from the Caravaggesque school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The last Hall or Study of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The school conserves paintings from the Caravaggesque school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The last Hall or Study of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The school conserves paintings from the Caravaggesque school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The last Hall or Study of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The school conserves paintings from the Caravaggesque school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The last Hall or Study of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The school conserves paintings from the Caravaggesque school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The last Hall or Study of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The school conserves paintings from the Caravaggesque school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The last Hall or Study of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The school conserves paintings from the Caravaggesque school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The last Hall or Study of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The school conserves paintings from the Caravaggesque school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The last Hall or Study of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The school conserves paintings from the Caravaggesque school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Putto on a Water Horse in the Hall of the Popes or First Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The sculpture dates from the 2nd century A.C. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Portrait of the Cardinal Bernardino Spada by Guercino in the Hall of the Popes or First Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Portraits and Watch in the Hall of the Popes or First Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The female busts dates from the 1st century A.C, the watch from the XVIII century. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The Hall of the Popes or First Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. It conserves three portraits of the Cardinal Bernardino Spada, one by Giudo Reni and one by Guercino. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Way to the Calvary in the Second Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The painting by Di Marco Palmezzano dates from XV/XVI century. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Frieze of the Second Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The sculpture is a copy from the XVII century. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Frieze of the Second Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The sculpture is a copy from the XVII century. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The Second Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The sculpture is a copy from the XVII century. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Holy Sebastiano in the Second Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The painting by Sante di Apollonio del Celandro dates from XVcentury. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Frieze of the Second Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The sculpture is a copy from the XVII century. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Frieze of the Second Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The sculpture is a copy from the XVII century. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Frieze of the Second Hall of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy.The sculpture is a copy from the XVII century. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The hall conserves paintings from VXI-XVII century from the Roman and Flemish school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
Allegory of the continents Africa and Asia in the third Hall or Gallery of the Cardinal of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
The last Hall or Study of Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. The school conserves paintings from the Caravaggesque school. The Galleria Spada is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings. The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting. It is particularly fascinating because it preserves the same atmosphere of a private residence as when il was home to Cardinal Bernardino (1594 - 1661) and Cardinal Fabrizio Spada (1643-1717), who are mainly responsible for the collection.
night shot of The Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. It is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings, showing on its facade a series of stucco sculptures representing Roman heroes and emperors. Its elegant inner courtyard is decorated with the Olympian gods and goddesses and with mythological scenes. The palace is the seat of the Italian State Council.The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting.
night shot of The Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. It is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings, showing on its facade a series of stucco sculptures representing Roman heroes and emperors. Its elegant inner courtyard is decorated with the Olympian gods and goddesses and with mythological scenes. The palace is the seat of the Italian State Council.The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting.
night shot of The Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. It is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings, showing on its facade a series of stucco sculptures representing Roman heroes and emperors. Its elegant inner courtyard is decorated with the Olympian gods and goddesses and with mythological scenes. The palace is the seat of the Italian State Council.The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting.
night shot of The Galleria Spada in Rome Italy. It is a part of the Palazzo Spada-Capodiferro, one of the most amazing Roman Renaissance buildings, showing on its facade a series of stucco sculptures representing Roman heroes and emperors. Its elegant inner courtyard is decorated with the Olympian gods and goddesses and with mythological scenes. The palace is the seat of the Italian State Council.The Galleria is a perfect example of the 17th century Roman noble families collecting as well as being one of the most important international museums of Baroque painting.
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