The building, made up of some 55 rooms, houses the largest collection of contemporary Italian art, with over 4,400 works of painting and sculpture and about 13,000 drawings and prints by artists – mostly Italian – from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
On display, among others, there are works by Canova, Hayez, Fattori, Segantini, Medardo Rosso, the great French masters (Courbet, Rodin, Degas, Van Gogh, Monet), Duchamp, Man Ray, Carrà, Sironi, and Morandi, exponents of abstract American expressionism of the 1950s and 1960s (Pollock, Tapies, Fautrier, Hartung, Burri, Capogrossi, Fontana, Arnaldo and Giò Pomodoro, Mastroianni) and the post-informal period (Festa, Schifano, Angeli).
Also part of the museum complex of the Gallery are the house-museums of M. Praz, H.C. Andersen, Boncompagni-Ludovisi and the Manzù Collection.
Reopening from 18 May 2020 https://lagallerianazionale.com/2020/05/17/open/
The National Gallery has activated all the necessary precautionary measures to allow visitors to move safely within the museum spaces:
- the entrance is equipped with the necessary medical devices (gloves and sanitizing gel) made available to the public together with information on the code of conduct, shown at the entrance and available for consultation here: http://lagallerianazionale.com/site2018/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/codice-di-comportamento-COVID19.pdf
- repeated cleaning and sanitizing of service areas and surfaces is guaranteed
- spacing devices arranged in the paving outside and inside safely manage the contingent flow of visitors
- appropriate signs and a map indicate the recommended visit route inside the museum
- the staff fulfills the safety obligations envisaged by the PPE
Remember the obligation to wear a mask for visitors.
The opening times in force:
Tuesday-Sunday from 9 to 19 with last entry at 18.15.
Closed on Monday, December 25th, January 1st