Museum of Pavlos and Alexandra Kanellopoulos

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permia
Ireland37 270 bidrag
Fabulous exhibits
mar. 2020
Covering many millennia, the multitude of items and artefacts provide a fine picture of Greek art and culture, ancient to more modern.

An added bonus is the grand Neo-Classical mansion that houses them. All gifted to the State in 1976.

Pottery and figurines are many and varied. Crete and Corinth are amongst the contributing powerful areas of the time.

Battles were common and this is reflected in armoury and weaponry. The strong tradition of funerary art is well covered.

A plethora of holy artefacts and icons marvellously represent the important Byzantine era.
Skrevet 3. september 2020
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Patricia D
Madrid, Spania5 630 bidrag
Great museum with wide selection of Greek art in all its forms
aug. 2020 • Alene
Really great museum to visit. Is perfect because it has a really good selection of pieces of everything you could get to know of Greek art and isn’t as big as the great and enormous museums in Greece. Perfect for an hour or two visit. Opened every day between 9 and 16, except tuesdays. The only thing: you can only pay in cash, so bring it if you want to buy the book of the museum or other gifts.
The museum was since 1976 housed in a neoclassical mansion but reopened in 2010 with the addition of a new wing donated by Alexandra Canellopoulo.
The exhibits are displayed chronologically and thematically in two wings.

The main body of the collection of no prehistoric and classical antiquity begins with objects from the Neolithic period and continues with the cultures that flourished in the Aegean during the Bronze Age. Cycladic marble figurines and utensils, Mycenaean terracotta pottery and bronze figurines, and geometric art. There are also many objects of the Archaic period (7-6th c. BC): Cretan storage jars with relief decoration, Corinthian pottery, Boetian and Attic vases, protomes and figurines. A collection of attic-black and red-figure vases and a group of white ground lekythoi (funerary white vases with polychrome decoration), roman terracotta lamps, etc. There is a great marble sculpture of the head of Alexander the Great, and I really liked the one of Eros and Psyche.
There is also a section of bronze helmets(lovely Corinthian one with an inscription), coins, weights and measures, and minor objects from daily life, as well as an impressive group of funerary jewelry of various periods made of gold, silver, bronze and semi-precious stones.

The old building exhibits religious objects from early Christian to post Byzantine period with a large collection of 16th and 17th century icons. Impressive tripthic of the Dormition of the Holy Mary and loved The Holy Mary of the Passion.
There are also priest vestments and ecclesiastical utensils, chalices, gospel books, clay and wooden stamps and manuscripts. The wood carved blessing crosses, sometimes with semi-precious stones are absolutely fabulous. How could they do such admirable work??? I could stay hours staring at every single one of them.
Skrevet 13. august 2020
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PLC64
New York City, NY50 bidrag
Small but comprehensive
jul. 2019 • Venner
This little museum is a hidden jewel. Though the collection is small, the artifacts take you through the history of Greece. If you don’t have time to see the Benaki, at least see this wonderful small museum after your tour the Acropolis. The staff is very helpful too.
Skrevet 15. juli 2019
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Ilaria57
Chivasso, Italia843 bidrag
Molto deludente
mai 2019 • Par
Siceramente, se ci capitate davanti ed avete una mezz'ora di tempo in cui non sapete cosa fare, potete anche fare una breve visita, ma a me non ha detto assolutamente nulla. Il personale é veramente molto gentile, ma la raccolta é modesta e, a mio avviso, non vale il prezzo dell'ingresso (4 euro).
Skrevet 15. juli 2019
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josh1239
Treviglio, Italia538 bidrag
Raffinata collezione privata
jun. 2019 • Familie
Sulle pendici della collina dell'Acropoli questo piccolo museo, installato in una palazzina a più piani (ma con ascensore...), mostra una ricca e varia collezione che l'industriale Kannellopoulos ha raccolto in tutta la Grecia per poi cederla allo stato. Molti i pezzi rimarchevoli, specie nei gioielli d'oro. Si è guardati a vista lungo il percorso, ma le giovani "guardiane" sono disponibili a rispondere alle domande
Skrevet 13. juni 2019
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Ann C
Acton, MA360 bidrag
Impressive Private Collections
mai 2019 • Venner
The Kanellopoulos museum is founded in 1976, it comprises the private collection of Paul and Alexandra Kanellopoulos which was donated to the Greek state. The items of the collection include clay and stone vases and figurines, busts, jewelry, weapons, coins and inscriptions, ranging from 3000-1200 BC to the 18th and 19th centuries AD. I especially like the jewelry collections. Highly recommended.
Skrevet 11. juni 2019
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CBR
137 bidrag
Quiet museum, quality exhibits
jun. 2019 • Par
A pleasant experience with helpful staff. Worth seeing. No hordes. Manageable quantity of exhibits. Admission cheap.
Skrevet 11. juni 2019
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steven m
Edinburgh, UK788 bidrag
Splendid little museum with beautiful collection
des. 2018 • Alene
One of the joys of Athens in winter is visiting all the smaller museums and usually being the only visitor. This was no exception! Arriving first thing in the morning I had the entire collection to myself, and particularly admired the objects from the ancient Cyclades and Minoan Crete as well as beautiful Attic pottery and also the nice collection of white lekythoi.

The Byzantine section is not open in winter. Still for just €2 it's a wonderful place to spend an hour or so.
Skrevet 18. desember 2018
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elpb521
Paris, Frankrike387 bidrag
Un petit bijou de musée
sep. 2018
Au flanc de l’Acropole (à gauche quand on monte de Monastiraki par la rue des Dioscures), une jolie maison néoclassique, où sont visibles les ruines d’une maison médiévale, abrite une collection privée d’une grande qualité esthétique à travers laquelle parcourir en peu de salles toute l’histoire grecque, de la Préhistoire au XIXe siècle en passant par l’époque byzantine. Le goût raffiné des collectionneurs fait de chaque pièce une petite merveille. Lors de ma dernière visite, seules étaient ouvertes les salles portant sur la Préhistoire et l’Antiquité mais, même ainsi réduit, il vaut vraiment la peine que l’on s’y attarde. A noter aussi : un accueil agréable et un tarif particulièrement modique (2€).
Skrevet 4. oktober 2018
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Belgo96
Brisbane, Australia3 601 bidrag
Insight into a collector's passion
sep. 2017 • Par
A charming little museum half way up to the hill to the Acropolis. Drop in to break the walk from Monastiraki to the Parthenon on a hot day. Like many private collections it focuses on artefacts of great aesthetic quality rather than purely historical interest but the collection remains a fine one. There are items from Athenian pre-history up to the Byzantine era, including some exquisite gold work. The highlight for me was the building itself, a beautifully resorted neo-classical mansion in a unique setting.
Skrevet 22. oktober 2017
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