IV Hall - Artistic trends in Rome during the seventeeth century
In this room paintings made by artists of various geographical and cultural origins are exhibited, active in Rome during the seventeenth century. The city summoned painters from all over Italy and Europe, attracted by the prospect of success and earnings and the possibility of being able to study closely the great artistic records of the past.
Giovanni Lanfranco (Parma 1582 - Rome 1647)
François Perrier (Pontarlier 1594 - Paris 1649)
Giovanni Francesco Romanelli (Viterbo 1610 - 1662)
Pietro Paolo Bonzi (Cortona 1576 circa - Rome 1636)