The Diocesan Museum of sacred art is housed in the right wing of the Bishop’s Palace, in Piazza Arringo. The Museum was founded in 1961 to gather and preserve most of the artworks from the Dicocese’s ecclesiastical heritage, dating back to the XIII and XIV centuries. The exhibition, divided in seven rooms, features wood and stone sculptures, canvas and panel paintings, sacred silverworks, XVI-century Florentine artifacts as well as the furnishings realized by the city’s ecclesiastical schools in the XV century.
Diocesan Museum of sacred art of Ascoli Piceno admin 2017-01-10T20:07:57+00:00
Diocesan Museum of sacred art of Ascoli Piceno