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Joyce Anelay Dec 24
While in we also went to see the wonderful exhibition at
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Carla Barbati Oct 29
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Raffaella Amoroso 9 Jul 19
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MyApARTsuite Nov 8
From October Rome sees two additions to its cultural offer: the opening of with the inauguration of its first , presenting a selection of famous but usually unseen masterpieces from the greatest international private collections
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Romeing Oct 15
opens its doors to the public for the first time with the exhibition Impressionisti Segreti, a collection of 50 masterpieces of French Impressionist art that ranges from the works of Camille Pissarro to Claude Monet.
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Aperture Investors Nov 14
Where in the world is Aperture? and are at the in to visit Generali's "Impressionisti Segreti" exhibition
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Iana Nekrassova Nov 26
Discovering a recently opened , one of the residences of Napoleon Bonaparte’s mother, and an Impressionisti segreti, presenting more than 50 drawnings coming from the private collections, open till 8 March 2020
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Good Books Prints Nov 1
The story of Impressionism told through 50 masterpieces - Exhibition in Palazzo Bonaparte, Rome
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Adnkronos 5 Jul 19
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Gabriela Martel Oct 9
I tweeted about this before, but I adore to see links between and . These are from an expo at in . They were painted by , who from the 1880s focused on portraying the world. So beautiful!
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Deano Minton Nov 12
Mary and I saw impressionist paintings up close, very close. @ Palazzo Bonaparte (Corriere della Sera)
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fpdr Jan 17
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Hostels Alessandro 5 Jul 19
6th July (Sat), buongiorno from Rome. A fine morning. New space for major art shows in Rome's Piazza Venezia
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Stefano Verna 10 Jul 19
Greetings to friends of from the balcony of Madame Mère at in Rome, open to the public for the first time yesterday. Napoleon's mother lived here until she died in 1836.
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Il Signor Franz 9 Jul 19
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Julie. Nov 12
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Claudia Viggiani Oct 6
Che bella la mostra "Impressionisti segreti", che celebra a Roma anche l'apertura al pubblico di Palazzo Bonaparte, spazio Generali Valore Cultura. Da vedere
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Greenpeace Italia Oct 15
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Lawrence Fine Art Dec 12
The ceilings at the Palazzo Bonaparte in Rome, home to Napolean’s mother, are works of art in themselves. They are decorated with Neo-classical themes in a Baroque manner.
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Rivendell Dec 2
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