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Pinakothek the province of Bari: photo description (Pinacoteca provinciale di Bari)

Pinacoteca Bari provincial is a Museum dedicated to Italian fine arts, one of the largest provincial museums in the country. It was created in July 1928, the year in Bari, and was originally located in a local Palazzo del Governo (Governmental Palace). In 1936, the year of the collection Pinakothek moved to the Palazzo della Provincia located in the picturesque city promenade, where today is kept as a precious artistic heritage of Puglia. Pinacoteca Bari province is named after the prominent Italian painter of the 18th century Corrado Dzhakvinto.

Today in the halls of the Museum you can see the painting in the Middle ages, Venetian painting of the 15th and 16th centuries donated to the Pinacoteca numerous churches of Apulia, the work of local, Apulian artists of the late middle ages and the masterpieces of the Neapolitan school of painting of the early middle ages. A separate section is devoted to the Pinakothek, in fact, the legacy of Corrado Dzhakvinto. No less important collection of Neapolitan and South Italian painting of the 19th century, medieval and Apulian majolica collection of works by the Tuscan group of artists Macchiaioli mid-19th century. Noteworthy are also the old Neapolitan Nativity scenes - paintings of the Nativity and manger, and a large collection of antique embroidery. Finally, the constant interest of visitors enjoyed the collection of paintings of the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as works of contemporary art.