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Galleria Nazionale Di San Luca

Listed under Art Collections in Rome, Italy.

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Rome's Accademia di San Luca art school was founded in 1593 and the school’s gallery, the Galleria Nazionale Di San Luca has artwork from well-known artists like Raphael, Canova, Van Dyck, and many other Roman painters, miniaturists, and embroiderers on display. The gallery’s prizes include unique paintings, drawings, sculptures, and 500 portraits. It’s open from nine until one except on Saturdays, and the admission is free.

Address: Piazza dell’Accademia di San Luca

Written by  Sari Schutrum-Boward.

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