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With paintings and sculptures gathered from Volterra’s churches, mostly the works of Tuscan artists from 14th to 17th century, this gallery is well worth the visit. There are some exciting masterpieces on display here, but the building itself is very interesting too. The Palazzo Minucci-Solaini...More
Great collection of 15th and 16th century paintings. The Deposition by Fiorentino and Signorelli's Madonna and Child with saints are the standouts. Balance of other works and alabaster exhibition is worth avisit
See the Deposition from the Cross by Rosso Fiorentino. It is stunning and represents a transition to the modem style of painting in 16th century
Lots of other local religious art in the gallery.
The alabaster exhibition is quite good too
First of all Volterra may be one of,the most beautiful hillside towns I have ever seen. Didn't expect too much going,to this small museum. It is a combination alabaster and art museum. What a wonderful surprise! The artwork is beautifully laid out; however many pieces...More
The alabaster museum is a waste of time. The pinacoteca has a hodge podge of paintings with a couple of standout works. But enormously frustrating for the lack of labels in any language. Probably not rewarding unless you already know Tuscan Renaissance painting in some...More
Was great to get away from the religious exhibitions and enjoy art fro its own sake. Was fairly quiet while we were there which was also a bonus. A hidden gem. I almost didn't want to comment in case it gets too popular.