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Antonio Manzi Museum in Campi Bisenzio


A collection of artwork by Avellino-born artist, Antonio Manzi, exhibited in the rooms of an historical residence

The Antonio Manzi Museum is housed in Villa Ruccellai, an 18th century residence with a beautiful garden located in the historic centre of Campi Bisenzio.

Opened in 2007 thanks to the artist himself, originally from Montella in Avellino, who donated many of his own artworks to the municipality of Campi Bisenzio. More than 100 works are displayed across five exhibition rooms in the villa including drawings, paintings, sculptures as well as graffiti and collages, illustrating the artist’s ability to utilize a variety of techniques and material. The collection features artwork produced over the course of Manzi’s career, including his early works.

The versatile artist’s connection to Campi Bisenzio is evident in the presence of his bronze sculpture in the cemetery of the Misericordia as well as a fresco of the “Annunciation” in the Santa Maria church.

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