Museo d'Arte di Chianciano Terme

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Museo d'Arte di Chianciano Terme
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Museo d'Arte di Chianciano Terme is located in Tuscany
Museo d'Arte di Chianciano Terme
Location within Tuscany
Established 2009
Location Viale della Libertà 280,
Chianciano Terme,
Coordinates 43°03′01″N 11°49′12″E / 43.0502°N 11.8201°E / 43.0502; 11.8201Coordinates: 43°03′01″N 11°49′12″E / 43.0502°N 11.8201°E / 43.0502; 11.8201
Type art museum
Collection size 1000
Owner Roberto Gagliardi

The Museo d'Arte di Chianciano Terme is a private art museum in Chianciano Terme, in Tuscany in central Italy. Its collections range from contemporary to Asian art.[1][2] The museum was founded Roberto Gagliardi in 2009.[3] It houses about 1000 works[1] and occupies 3000 m2 in a former hotel building.[2][3] It hosts the Biennale di Chianciano.[3] The museum was inaugurated on 29 August 2009;[4] the opening date for the museum is 15 June 2016.[2]


The collection of the museum has five sections: Asian art; contemporary art, with works by Salvador Dalì, Damien Hirst, Albert Louden, Mario Schifano and Frances Turner; drawings, with work by Luca Giordano, Guercino, Magritte, Munch, Tiepolo and Veronese; etchings, including works by Dürer, Goya, Piranesi and Rembrandt; and a historical section containing portraits[5] and an icon given by Pope Pius XII to Princess Margaret in 1949.[3]


The Biennale di Chianciano is an exhibition held every two years at the museum.[6] It was first held in 2009.[3]

The fourth edition of the exhibition was held from 5 – 13 September 2015. Works by about 100 artists were shown in the museum, and parts of the permanent collection of the museum were displayed in other parts of the town.[7]


  1. ^ a b Museo d'Arte di Chianciano Terme (in Italian). Comune di Chianciano Terme. Archived 24 July 2015.
  2. ^ a b c Museo d'Arte (in Italian). Terre di Siena – Provincia di Siena. Archived 2 March 2016.
  3. ^ a b c d e Jessica Donati (11 September 2009). An Art Collection Lands in Italy. The New York Times. Accessed March 2016.
  4. ^ Francesco Amorosino (7 September 2009). Chianciano: con Turner, Guttuso, Magritte apre il nuovo museo (in Italian). NanniMagazine. Accessed April 2016.
  5. ^ Cynthia Clayton Ochterbeck, Judy Edelhoff (2013). Tuscany: The Green Guide. Greenville, SC: Michelin Travel & Lifestyle. ISBN 9781907099700.
  6. ^ Lege, Kate (27 August 2011). "A Pint-Sized Pollock?". The Australian, Weekend Magazine. 
  7. ^ [s.n.] (28 August 2015). Chianciano Biennale 2015: artisti da tutto il mondo al Museo d’Arte (in Italian). Il Cittadino. Accessed March 2016.