The tour will begin with the history of Palazzo Giuli Rosselmini Gualandi, known as Palazzo Blu for the color of its facade, inhabited by the Giuli family until 2001, now owned by the Cassa di Risparmio di Pisa foundation.

We will take you on a walk on the main floor, where we will relive scenes from the daily life of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries thanks to the original furnishings of the house and those acquired from the collection of the aristocrat Ottavio Simoneschi.

In the rooms of the Permanent Collection, instead, we will admire works by the painter Orazio Gentileschi and his daughter Artemisia, who has been called the Warrior Painter, for her struggle to establish herself as a woman and as an artist.

In the room known as the Gold Funds we will tell you the interesting story of the Agnano Polyptych, in the adjacent room we will show you the detached fresco by the artist Benozzo Gozzoli, who also painted frescos in the Monumental Cemetery.

The tour lasts 1 hour, the cost of the guide service is 10 euros per person, free for children up to 11 years. The cost of the ticket to access the Palace is 3 euros and does not include the visit of temporary exhibitions. The presence of at least two people is required.

We inform you that starting from August 5th 2021 to access the museums it is mandatory to be in possession of the Green Pass.

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