Palazzo Barberini
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Thomas V
Oakland, CA16 900 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
jun. 2024 • Par
One of the grand buildings in this very grand city. There was some construction going on while we were in town, so it was hard to get a good look. Lots of people around, of course. Rome was very crowded with tourists.
Skrevet 13. juli 2024
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Meri S
Yerevan, Armenia37 bidrag
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jun. 2024 • Familie
The Palazzo Barberini (Barberini Palace) is a 17th-century palace in Rome, beautifully facing the Piazza Barberini in Rione Trevi. Today, it houses the Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica, which is the main national collection of older paintings in Rome. The palace itself is a masterpiece of architecture, and the art collection is truly remarkable. A visit here is a journey through history and art. Highly recommended!
Skrevet 23. juni 2024
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TCM
Nottinghamshire, UK157 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
jun. 2024 • Familie
This was a great place to see some masterpieces, it is also a beautiful building.
We ventured to the cafe/restaurant at the top of the steps to the garden. The garden was nothing to look at.
Tip: do not order drinks at the cafe, was stung €24 for 4 cokes. The vending machine in the museum is better and takes cards
Skrevet 21. juni 2024
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Paola B
Italia40 bidrag
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jun. 2024 • Par
Spectacular visit, many works, especially paintings!
La Fornarina and many other famous works by Leonardo, Caravaggio, Raphael, in short, half a day and more is totally worth it!!!!
Skrevet 20. juni 2024
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Donna
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mai 2024 • Alene
The Galleria Nationale d’Arte Antica, Palazzo Barberini was one of the most wonderful surprises of my visit to Rome.

The museum is filled with beautiful art and wow moments. Be sure to look up as some of the most exceptional pieces are on the ceilings. In addition to being surrounded by masterpieces it is also one of the few places in Rome that you can appreciate the art away from the maddening crowds.

Off of the hall of columns is a beautiful fountain. Take a few moments to sit, listen to the sound of the fountain, and enjoy the wonderful statuary in the room.

This museum is an oasis and a lovely gem that I would highly recommend!

For a bit of fun….see how many bees (the symbol of the Barberini family) you can spot.
Skrevet 15. juni 2024
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Vadim
Murmansk, Russland34 177 bidrag
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mai 2023 • Alene
The Barberini Gallery, of course, cannot compete in composition with the Vatican and Capitoline Museums, or even with the Borghese Gallery. But in terms of the richness of its collection, it outperforms other galleries and museums in Rome. I’ve been to the Vatican and Capitoline Museums, but I haven’t been able to get to the Borghese Gallery for several times now, so Barberini was next in line. The Palazzo Barberini houses the collection of the National Museum of Ancient Art. “Ancient” does not mean that you have to admire ancient Roman statues and bas-reliefs. They just don't exist. The basis of the collection is painting and sculpture of the 15th-17th centuries. With a single ticket for 12 euros you can visit the gallery at Palazzo Barberini and the Corsini Gallery. I didn’t go to Corsini because... it is located in Trastevere, which, despite all my love for this area of Rome, I did not plan to visit on this visit. In addition, in my opinion, the collection in the Corsini Gallery is much inferior to Barberini. One painting by Caravaggio "Saint John the Baptist", two by Rubens, one painting each by Fra Bartolomeo, Reni and Luca Giordano. By Roman standards, it’s rather weak... The only advantage of Corsini is that the gallery has been preserved in its original form. Barberini in this sense is a new gallery, formed from four private collections, where it is almost unclear what originally was in the palace of the powerful Florentine Barberini family, which came to conquer Rome. In fact, the consolidation of the new status explains the construction of the palazzo, which was designed by Carlo Maderna. However, after working on the project approved in 1627 for 2 years, Carlo died, and construction management passed to the favorite of Pope Urban VIII, Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Dad had no difficulties with money and the palace was built in 6 years by 1633. It is interesting that Francesco Borromini, later Bernini’s worst competitor, also contributed to the construction. They are the author of two staircases. The collection itself has changed a lot, but that historical palace can be imagined from the architecture and ceiling frescoes that remain. The left wing of the palace is decorated with frescoes by Pietro da Cortona, created by him in the 1630s after construction was completed. The artist’s most ambitious work is “The Triumph of Divine Providence.” On the ceiling you can see the papal keys, tiara and Barberini bees. The fresco can be viewed while sitting on a reclining lounge chair. Comfortable, no neck stiffness. I haven't seen anything like this in other museums. On another ceiling fresco, “The Triumph of Divine Wisdom” by Andrea Sacchi, it is clear that the customer, Pope Urban VIII Barberini, who was familiar with Galileo, had already supported the heliocentric system, for adherence to which Giordano Bruno had been burned at Campo di Fiori half a century earlier. Another feature of the gallery is the mirrors. Not on the walls and ceiling like everywhere else, but on the floor! Interesting experience. Well. and finally paintings and sculptures. The main hit is "La Fornarina" by Raphael. In a black hall with lighting. There have been centuries-old discussions about who she is: either a baker’s daughter (from forno- oven), or the artist’s mistress, or a model who appeared in several of Raphael’s paintings. Another artist not to be missed in the gallery is of course Caravaggio with three paintings: Judith and Holofernes, Narcissus and Saint Francis in Meditation. True, I didn’t find Judith, but instead of her, Caravaggio’s painting “The Sacrifice of Isaac” from the Uffizi hung in the museum. The painting was painted for Cardinal Maffeo Barberini, whose patronage the artist enjoyed. It is interesting to compare Caravaggio’s version and Rembrandt’s painting on a similar theme, painted 30 years later. if Rembrandt covered Isaac’s face with Abraham’s hand and knocked the knife out of his hands, then Caravaggio’s painting was moments earlier. The knife is firmly in Abraham’s hand, and Isaac has horror in his eyes and a scream that Caravaggio was able to convey. But revenons à nos moutons - let's return to our sheep. To the paintings. Among the grandees of Venetian painting are Titian with “Venus and Adonis” and Tintoretto with “Christ and the Adulteress”. True, art historians attribute the paintings to artists’ workshops. There is an El Greco diptych. Despite their considerable size, these are reduced copies. At least "The Adoration of the Shepherds" in an enlarged form" hangs in the National Museum in Bucharest. It would be strange if Bernini were not in the gallery. True, there are only 2 busts and 1 portrait. Two are depicted? Correct. Pope Urban VIII, who else... There are portraits of Erasmus of Rotterdam and the wife-murdering king Henry VIII, famous from students of history. Besides this, there are also Bronzino, Lotto, Andrea del Sarto, Guido Reni, Guercino, Nicolas Poussin and Canaletto, whose views of Venice I missed.
Skrevet 17. mai 2024
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elmart
Lombardia, Italia1 770 bidrag
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mai 2024 • Alene
Historic palace of a noble Roman family, today it is state-owned and houses an important collection of works of art.
The paintings on display range from the Middle Ages to the seventeenth century, a century in which the Barberini family was at the height of power, even giving a Pope to the Church.
Standing out are some works by Caravaggio (Narcissus, Judith and Holofernes), by Lotto (St. Catherine and other saints), by Raphael (the famous "Fornarina"), as well as other paintings from the Borghese Gallery and temporarily exhibited here for renovation works on the salt.
The palace is also valuable from an architectural point of view, especially in the two staircases created by Bernini and Borromini, the first with a square plan, the second helical.
The ticket, which I bought online, cost €15 and allowed me to enter at a pre-arranged time; however, from what I saw, there is no queue at the ticket office.
A small negative note is the lack of a paper brochure with a map of the museum and the location of the main works, which I personally would have found useful for orientation.
Skrevet 15. mai 2024
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Saitama (prefektur) , Japan350 bidrag
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mai 2024 • Alene
It took about 5 minutes to buy a ticket, probably because it was a holiday. The inside was spacious, so it didn't feel crowded. We had to put our luggage in a locker (a 1 euro coin was required). There were many rooms, and the route was sometimes difficult to understand. The highlight was Caravaggio's "Judith Beheading Holofernes." We were able to take photos.
Skrevet 12. mai 2024
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Brad
Hongkong, Kina173 755 bidrag
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mar. 2024 • Familie
Palazzo Barberini is a 17th-century palace which was designed and built by architect Carlo Maderno along with his nephew, Francesco Borromini for Pope Urban VIII and the Barberini family. It is situated along Via della Quattro Fontane just to the east of Piazza Barberini and today plays host to one of the two city branches of the National Gallery collection at Palazzo. Opening times are 10am to 7pm daily (closed on Mondays) and ticket price is now €15 and includes entrance to both locations within a 20 day period.

In addition to the impressive architecture of the Barberini Palace and Museum highlights including masterpieces by Bronzino, Lippi, Lotto, Raphael, Holbein, Canaletto, Titian, Tintoretto, El Greco and Caravaggio, there is an outstanding ceiling fresco in the final Salon Room of the museum tour by Pietro do Cortona. Plenty to feast your eyes upon during visit to the Barberini Palace.
Skrevet 1. mai 2024
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ArtsyGalBaltimore
Maryland847 bidrag
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apr. 2024 • Alene
Well worth a visit especially with the current collaboration with the Villa Borghese. Plan on a long visit to enjoy the extensive fabulous collection. Check out the Art Masterpieces on the web before your visit to avoid missing one (The Veiled One), Portrait of Stefano IV, Woman with a Turban, La Fornarina). I am certain you will find countless to marvel at. I found it difficult to find the entrance with the GPS.
Skrevet 8. april 2024
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