The new Virtual Museum of the Fondazione De Fornaris is now online and has been created to allow art lovers from all over the world to discover some of the most significant works from the Fondazione De Fornaris collection, including Francesco Hayez’s “L’angelo annunziatore” (The Angel of the Annunciation), Giuseppe
“The Primacy of the Work” is the title of the new layout of the 1900s collection of Gam, recently created by the director Riccardo Passoni. Numerous pieces on display belong to the collections of the Fondazione De Fornaris: among these, “Still Life with Salami” (1919) by Giorgio de Chirico, “The
The conservative restoration of Giuseppe Penone’s work “In limine” is almost completed, carried out in 2011 by the De Fornaris Foundation on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the Unification of Italy and inaugurated on April 18 of that year by the President of the Italian Republic Giorgio Napolitano.
After being admired in the Milanese exhibition “Romanticism”, the beautiful “Portrait of Massimo d’Azeglio (Portrait of a Man)” from 1835, purchased in 2016 by the De Fornaris Foundation, returned home. Long considered a “Self-portrait” of the same artist and writer, after extensive research it turned out to be a painting
The digitization of the Archival Fund of the architect Mario Passanti (Rosario de Santa Fé, 1901 - Turin 1975), acquired by the De Fornaris Foundation in 1992, has recently been completed. It includes drawings, manuscripts, projects, photographs, plates, negatives, albums , sketches, for a total of over 15,000 elements. The
Two paintings by Francesco Tabusso - "The old chestnut tree", oil on canvas from 1956, and "Imaginary allegory without joy legs in the air" or "Imaginary allegory" or "Allegory", oil on panel from 1966 - have entered recently part of the collections of the De Fornaris Foundation. They belong to
From "Che fare? By Mario Merz, almost an icon of the movement, to "Torsione" by Giovanni Anselmo and to "Omaggo a Billie Holiday" by Pino Pascali. Then, "Rosa-blu-rosa" by Gilberto Zorio and “Trattenere diciassette anni di crescita (continuerà a crescere tranne che in quel punto)” e “Lavorare sugli alberi –
E' partito per la Cina il “nostro” “Paesaggio”, olio su tela di Giorgio Morandi realizzato intorno al 1942. E’ stato richiesto dal Modern Art Museum di Shanghai per la mostra “De Chirico and Morandi”, che inaugurerà il 16 giugno (fino al 15 settembre). “Paesaggio” (FD 28) è una delle numerose