The Cloister of the ex Convent of
the poor clares since 1987 is centre of the Opera Museum of Guido
Calori, polyhedral artist born in Rome, perhaps less known to the
great public, but of enormous influence during the 1900 artistic expression
development. He was a painter, sculptor, decorator, architect, art writer and much
more. The Opera Museum of Guido Calori entertains a lot of its paintings and
sculptures, through which it is possible to understand the complexity and the
quality of his today artist work. The works and the stable have whole been
declared from the Superintendence of the Artistic Good documents of
exceptional historical-artistic value and submitted to bond. Same fate has been
reserved to the precious archive, near which there are preserved interesting
testimonies on Calori and his daily life, a mirror of his artistic personality
and the cultural circle in which lives, as photos, books, postcards, articles
of newspaper and correspondences.
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