Nervi Museums: Frugone Collections

Portraits, paintings, landscapes and sculptures by important Italian and foreign artists
Nervi Parks Frugone Collections

The Frugone collections are exhibited in the magnificent Villa Grimaldi Fassio in Nervi Parks. These are Italian and foreign art collections donated to the city in 1935 and 1953 by the brothers Lazzaro and Luigi Frugone.

The Frugone Collections are part of the Nervi Museums, which also include the Modern Art Gallery, Wolfsoniana, Luxoro Museum.

Portraits, paintings, landscapes and sculptures by important Italian and foreign artists, datable between 1860 and 1930, reflect the criteria of early 20th-century upper-class collecting.

Among the authors present in the collection we mention Giovanni Fattori, Telemaco Signorini, Giovanni Boldini, Tranquillo Cremona, Giuseppe De Nittis, Francesco Messina, Francesco Paolo Michetti, Richard Miller, Giovanni Segantini, Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida, Paolo Troubetzkoy.

Villa Grimaldi Fassio – via Capolungo 9, Genova

Visit museum website for more informations on opening and closing times

Tickets: full price € 5; reduced € 3 (disabled, over 65 EU citizens, Ducale Card holders). Museum card. Free admission for all EU citizens from 0 to 18 years, disabled companions, Sundays for residents of the Municipality of Genoa, national tourist guides with card, teachers and students of the faculties of architecture, cultural heritage, literature and philosophy, academies of beauty arts from the University of Genoa, education sciences and degree courses in literature or literary subjects with an archaeological or historical-artistic focus, ICOM members, teachers with a school card. Groups or groups of students from EU public and private schools, by reservation.

Cumulative 2 museums: 8 € GAM + a Nervi museum of your choice among those open

Cumulative 4 museums: € 10 Wolfsoniana + GAM + Frugone Collections + Luxoro

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