Diocesan Museum, the new home of the sacred art

Diocesan Museum, the new home of the sacred art
Diocesan Museum, the new home of the sacred art

CREMONA – “Cremona’s most precious work” – as the director defined it, don Gianluca Gaiardi – ideally closes the exhibition path of the new Diocesan Museum: located in a dedicated room, the Table of Sant’Agata is the symbolic work – contest and chat like any star – of the sacred art exhibition inaugurated in the underground spaces of Palazzo Vescovile. Inside the collection, which contains works from numerous churches in the territory of the Diocese of Cremona, the ancient mosaic by Torrazzo and some canvases signed by Boccaccino, Genovesino and Campi stand out. An entire room is reserved for private collection of Giovanni and Luciana Arvedi Buschini, composed of about twenty masterpieces from Central Italy, dated between the twelfth and fifteenth centuries.

Cavalier Arvedi, alongside the bishop monsignor Antonio Napolioni, unveiled the plaque dedicated to his parents, Dante Arvedi e Augusta Pavanati, to which the Diocesan Museum is dedicated.

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Diocesan Museum home sacred art

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