Parmeggiani Art Gallery

Reggio Emilia - Corso Cairoli, 2

Parmeggiani Art Gallery




Always open
Winter: Monday-Friday 9-12; Saturday 10-13 and 16-19. Sundays and public holidays 10-13 and 16-19. July-August 2011: Tuesday to Saturday from 9-12 and 21-24. Sunday and holidays: 21-24


Telephone: +39 0522 451054


The Gallery brings together the art collection which belonged to Luigi Parmeggiani. It includes: European arms and cutlery, goldsmithery, enamels and jewels, European costumes from the XVII to the XIX century, sculptures in stone and polychrome wood, Italian, Spanish and Flemish paintings, and other artistic objects.


The building which houses the gallery was built for this purpose to a design by the engineer, Ascanio Ferrari. In 1932 Luigi Parmeggiani put together an art collection, including arms and goldsmithery originating from a Paris workshop of the second half of the 1800's, specialized in Medieval style objects, paintings and sculptures. Of particular note, the following are exhibited: a Flemish triptych attributed to Van Eyck, "Il Cristo benedicente" (the blessing Christ) by El Greco. The other rooms are arranged according to the types of objects displayed.


Source: local Staff Reggio Emilia


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