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Pinacoteca Giuseppe De Nittis

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13 Sep 2016
“Discovering De Nittis”
1 Feb 2016
“Nice place if you know this painter...”
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Via Cialdini 74, Barletta, Italy
+39 0883 538312
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Reviewed 13 September 2016

This museum houses one of the most complete collections of Giuseppe De Nittis, a famous painter from Barletta. It is collocated in a nice building called "Palazzo della Marra" with a beautiful balcony.

Thank souldark6
Reviewed 2 February 2016

This painter is well known only in these areas. If you are interested in the art and want to know the local artist of 1800 - 1900, it will be worth to visit.

Thank Etsuko P
Reviewed 31 July 2014

The museum is newly renowated. It shows all phases of the De Nittis cereer and there are also informative texts in italian and english.

Thank Janez Z
Reviewed 28 July 2014

A fantastic old building which has been fully restored hosts a very interesting exhibition of the impressionist painter De Nittis who worked for most of his productive life in Paris.

Thank ros n
Reviewed 1 August 2013

is a really interesting impressionist painter. Worth a visit. There are interesting pictures of Parisian society in the nineteenth century. There is a part of the museum that explains the historical context.

Thank felixtud
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