Art Collection of the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Perugia

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The Art Collection of the Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Perugia is a private collection of artworks, mainly from the region, and acquired by the financial institution. The collection is divided among two locations in the city of Perugia: the Palazzo Graziani and the Palazzo Baldeschi. The Palazzo Graziani (1554–1569) was designed by Jacopo Barozzi, (il Vignola). The building is also notable for its sumptuous main salon, the Sala della Presidenza, which was decorated at the end of the 19th century with large canvases and frescoes painted by Annibale Brugnoli, recalling both events of the Risorgimento and the history of Perugia. The Palazzo Baldeschi al Corso (16th century, named after the noble family descended from Baldus de Ubaldis) was obtained by the foundation on November 28, 2002.

Collection[edit]

Label Painter Span Work Date Link
1 Francesco Allegrini 1587-1663 Competition between Apollo & Marsyas
2 Matteo Balducci 1509-1554 Madonna and the Bambino behind Saints John the Baptist and a saint.
3 Giacinto Boccanera 1666-1746 Samson burns Philistine crops
4 Giacinto Boccanera 1666-1746 Samson and Delilah
5 Annibale Brugnoli 1843 - 1915 Rodolfo Baglioni & Ascanio della Corgna defend Torgiano against Luigi Farnese, Alessandro Vitelli, and Girolamo Orsini (fresco) 1888-1990]
6 Annibale Brugnoli 1843 - 1915 St. Francis prays with his followers during the sack of the city (fresco) 1888-1990]
7 Annibale Brugnoli 1843 - 1915 Battle of Trasimeno of Hannibal versus the Consul Flaminius (fresco) 1888-1990
8 Annibale Brugnoli 1843 - 1915 The sacrifice to Dea Cupra (fresco) 1888-1990
9 Annibale Brugnoli 1843 - 1915 The Reception in honor of king Umberto I 1895
10 Annibale Brugnoli 1843-1915 The capitulation of the Apostolic delegate 1891-1895
11 Annibale Brugnoli 1843-1915 The Magistrate with the Gonfalone (standard-bearer) Benedetto Baglioni takes down the first stones of the Pauline Fort 1891-1895
12 Annibale Brugnoli 1843-1915 A Bersagliere guards the Palazzo dei Priori 1891-1895
13 Annibale Brugnoli 1843-1915 The massacre of June 20, 1859 1891-1895
14 Andrea Camassei 1602-1649 Cain kills Abel
15 Giovanni Domenico Cerrini (il Cavalier Perugino) 1609-1681 Hagar and the Angel
16 Giovanni Domenico Cerrini (il Cavalier Perugino) 1609-1681 Abraham drives away Hagar
17 Giovanni Domenico Cerrini (il Cavalier Perugino) 1609-1681 Roman Charity
18 Nicola Giuli 1720-1784 Still life with flowers, curtained window,& parrot
19 Matteo da Gualdo 1435 – 1507 Enthroned Madonna and child with Saints Mary Magdalen & Lucy
20 Niccolò di Liberatore (l’Alunno) 1430? – 1502 Deposition into Tomb
21 Alessio de Marchis 1684-1782 Rustic veduta with groups of figures
22 Alessio de Marchis 1684-1782 Countryside with water-mill, peasants & shepherds
23 Alessio de Marchis 1684-1782 Rustic veduta con farmhouses, waterfall, and two figures
24 Alessio de Marchis 1684-1782 Landscape with sunset, herder, and two oxen
25 Alessio de Marchis 1684-1782 Landscape with rustic villa, classical ruins, and shepherd’s family
26 Avanzino Nucci from Gualdo Tadino 1552-1629 St. Peter and the centurion
27 Avanzino Nucci from Gualdo Tadino 1552-1629 St. Peter & Simon Magus
28 Vincenzo Pellegrini 1575-1612 Prayer in the Garden
29 Bartolomeo Ramenghi (il Bagnacavallo 1484-1582 Madonna and Bambino behind Saints Catherine & Anthony
30 Bartolomeo Ramenghi (il Bagnacavallo 1484-1582 Madonna and child, young St. John, and young female donor
31 Pietro Vannucci('Il Perugino) 1450-1523 Madonna with the Bambino and two cherubs

References[edit]

  • Mancini, Francesco Federico (2003). Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Perugia - Le sedi e la collezione. Città di Castello: Mondadori - Electa Editori Umbri Associati. 

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