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Beautiful museum: environment, construction, objects, paintings and music Instruments from different centuries. The composer Rossini, from Pesaro had received its own exhibition in the museum, a very lively one. The yard is interesting with its little surprises.
If you are into the Renaissance art in general or Bellini in particular - you will not be disappointed with you visit here.
The Bellini Altar in Room 1 is quite amazing.
€10 charge for it & Rossini House & Renaissance exhibitions in Urbino &...More
If you are anywhere in the Province of Marche, Italy, in June or July 2017 make a detour to Pesaro. In this quaint museum there is a visiting art exhibit of Renaissance Paintings that take the observer from the 2 dimensional pre Renaissance art to...More
This is a must see for anyone interested in the art of Guiseppe Bellini. An enormous altarpiece on a par with the piece in the Accademia in Venice, and the smaller Bellini in the Frari Church in Venice.
Ceramics are the other important part of...More
Giovanni Bellini painted the Pesaro altarpiece in 1475.
It stands complete except for the cimasa (top section -
now in the Piero della Francesca show in Forli) in the
Museo Civico in Pesaro. And WHAT A TREAT it is!
All the original predella panels (lives...More
Just a competently run museum in yet another small italian town with a long past. Two exhibitions when we were there: a mixture of things the city fathers have gathered over the centuries and the works if an early 20th century photographer.
You wouldn't think that in such a small city like Pesaro, you will find such a nice museum. Beside the Bellini altar, which is amazing, there are very nice paitings, and of course ceramics, as Pesaro is wll-known ceramic city.