Inside Palazzo Magnani, in the seat of UniCredit Banca, there is a big collection of art which is regularly enriched with new works from 1500 to nowadays.
A list of some works: 1500 "Risveglio di Venere" ("The Venere's Awakening") by Dosso Dossi "S.Vincenzo Martire in adorazione della Vergine col Bambino" ("Saint Vincenzo Martyr adorating the Virgin with Child") by Ludovico Carracci. "L'apparizione a Santa Francesca Romana" ("The apparition to Saint Francesca Romana") by Alessandro Tiarini "San Girolamo" ("Saint Girolamo") by Giacomo Cavedoni "La Maddalena al Sepolcro" ("Mary Magdalene at the Sepulchre") by Lorenzo Sabatini (Bologna 1530, Roma 1576); it's a representation of Mary Magdalene crying in front of the empty Sepulchre. The painting belongs to the latest works of the author, and it dates back to 1565-70.
1600 "La Trinità" ("The Trinity") and "Lucrezia" by Guercino "Adorazione dei Magi" ("The Adoration of the Magi") by Simone Cantarini "Scena con pastorelle" ("Scene with Sheperdhesses") by Spagnolo
1700-1800 "Giuditta con la teste di Oloferne" ("Judith with the Head of Olofernes") by G.A.Pellegrini "Laghetto nel bosco" ("Lake in the wood") by Mosè Bianchi "Casolare in campagna" ("Country cottage") by Guglielmo Ciardi "Zì Luisa" by F.P.Michetti
1900 "L'Americana" ("The American Woman") by Virgilio Guidi "Paesaggio di Grizzana" ("Grizzana scenery") by Giorgio Morandi "Il Boccio" by R.S. Matta Echaurren "Composizione 1954" ("Composition of 1954") by Sergio Romiti
1900 and three-dimensional "Largo gesto" ("Large gesture") and "Il grande volo" ("The big flight") by Quinto Ghermandi "Araldica" ("Female Heraldic") by Nino Franchina "Stehende Figur" di Fritz Wotruba
The Travelling Exhibition From the UniCredit Bank Collection of Art, some works have been selected to be present to a travelling exhibition which has already been held in many Italian and European cities: Udine, Ravenna, Pordenone, S.Marino, Forlì, Carpi, Reggio Emilia, Dublino, Varsavia.
From January 15 to February 1 and from March 30 to April 15, 2018 only the ground floor can be visited and the Rooms of the Carracci frieze will be closed.
From February 6 the Quadreria can be visited on Wednesday from 10am to 1,30pm and from 2,30pm to 8pm and on Thursday and Friday from 2,30pm to 6pm.
The Quadreria will be also open on Saturday, February 10 and on Saturday, March 10 from 10am to 1,30pm and from 2,30pm to 6pm.
Starting from April 15 the Quadreria can be visited again every Wednesday and on the second Saturday of each month by reservation within 1pm on the day before the visit. To book a visit, please send an email to email@example.com or call +39 051.2962503 from 9am to 5,30pm from Monday to Friday.