The collection is very rich. In addition to a large number of medieval paintings, there are also collections of frescoes, which are shocking. There are not many visitors, it is worth spending a few hours to take a closer look.
There are quite a lot of works, a large number of medieval paintings, which can be viewed at close range, and can be photographed. There are also many Baroque works. There are few famous artists, but they are enough for research. There is one early work of Greco. The student ID was free of charge, and the students were locked in after the library closed, which became our topic.
Tickets cost 6 euros, and I cost 1 euro to send the package. When I picked up the package, I found that I could directly enter the package sending area. The oil paintings are very rich. There are works from the 13th, 14th, and 16th centuries, most of which are huge religious content, and there are huge murals directly preserved from the wall. It is very enjoyable to see. There is a modern art exhibition in the basement, so I can’t read it. Recommended. Because photographs are not allowed in the museum, I took a picture in the courtyard as a souvenir.
The National Art Gallery, located in the University of Bologna in downtown Bologna, is an important local art collection. Most of the exhibits in the museum are artworks created by Bologna artists. Here you can fully appreciate the local cultural and artistic atmosphere. There are very few ordinary people.
Upstairs is the museum, and downstairs is the Academy of Fine Arts. The arrangement is really like an ancient art academy. It’s beautiful, it should be the most perfect combination of all museums and colleges. There are many art students in the campus.