Dal martedì al venerdì 9-13; sabato 9-13/15-18; domenica e festivi 10-13/15-18; lunedì chiuso Per visite: ProLoco +39 0733638414 From 21st December 2019 To 6th January 2020: On weekdays and Public Holidays : 10 am – 1 pm and 3 pm – 6.30 pm; On Christmas 2019: 10 am – 1 pm; On 1st January 2020 : 3 pm – 6.30 pm.
From 1 Oct. to 30 June: every day 9.00-13.00 (closed on Mondays)
Costituita nel 1974
The gallery was established in 1974 in Padre Tacchi Venturi Renaissance palace. Padre Tacchi Venturi from San Severino was a famous scholar of the history of religion. The picture gallery is on the first floor of the building and the works, dating from the 14th to the 17th centuries, are displayed in chronological order in six rooms. The first room tells of the civil and religious history of the town and is dominated by a painting of a Madonna dell’Umiltà by Allegreto Nuzi, a painter from Fabriano. Next to this is an unusual polyptych by Paolo Veneziano which testifies to the close relations between the inland area of Le Marche and Venetian culture. The third room displays the works of the Salimbeni brothers, Lorenzo and Jacopo. The renewal they brought to the art of Le Marche in the 15th century had an international flavour. The last rooms tell of the triumphs of San Severino in the Renaissance. In addition to the works by Lorenzo d’Alessandro and a polyptych by two artists, Domenico Indivini (carpentry work) and Vittore Crivelli (paintings) there are also some works from Umbria: a polyptych by Alunno, four works by Bernardino di Mariotto and the Madonna della Pace by Bernardino Pintoricchio.