The ticket seems to be around RMB 50 or 60. There are a lot of Renaissance paintings and sculptures, which are very beautiful, and there are also many famous artists. It's not very far from the central square.
The art exhibited by the National Gallery of Ancient Art is ancient art from two thousand years ago; the real European relics from the revival to the mid-19th century original artifacts, due to the shortage of staff, some exhibition halls will be closed in the off-season, and many presentations on display It is the Italian language.
Alas, the artwork inside is so close at hand, you can even touch it with your hands. I feel that art is all around me, and there are a lot of art students copying. Yes, many paintings will not be appreciated.
Much better than our experience at Borges Gallery. The staff here are really helpful. There is no problem here, there is a full understanding and clear explanation of what we can do and what we expect to do. All areas are accessible. Of course the exhibits are all modern art, some I bought, some are not, but I like them all. The Marche earthquake exhibition is a very powerful work, unbelievable, and a proper expression of sympathy. It is also interesting to see this museum from the outside.
There are a lot of Renaissance works, although not as good as Florence
From the 1980s to the 1990s, people carried out extensive renovations to the murals. Clean up the soot and candle oil on the murals, make up the damaged part of the plaster, and paint various colors to make it bright and bright. However, some scholars believe that the mural has changed too much, and many important details have been removed.
Just arrived in Rome. I heard it was good, so I will check it tomorrow.
Today there is a lot of harvest, and there are many stories in many places in Rome.
I just learned about it for a whole day, and I hope the rest of the time will be happier.