Dal collezionismo privato al museo: la metamorfosi della Pinacoteca Fardelliana e del Museo Pepoli a Trapani tra il XIX e il XX secolo

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The text examines the history of the composition and the organization of two important trapanesi art collections: the general collection Giovan Battista Fardella and that of Count Agostino Pepoli. The first, donated to the town of Trapani and initially exposed in the Jesuit College, creates together with the Art Gallery and Library Fardelliana (210 works of art), the second is an incredible patchwork of works and objects collected in a tireless by count, that will eventually his will in another public facility that will absorb the first: the museum Agostino Pepoli. The research, therefore, identifies and examines three individual moments and specimens deemed salient for Pepoli collection: its formation until the establishment of the museum (1910), the story and museological aspects of the civic museum,
Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationItinerari d'arte in Sicilia
Pages264-275
Number of pages12
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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