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Casa Museo Rodolfo Siviero


This Casa Museo contains Siviero’s private collection of artworks, from the Etruscan era to the 20th c., including drawings and paintings by Giorgio De Chirico. Rodolfo Siviero (1911-1983) studied Arts at the University of Firenze and then perfected himself in Berlin in history of art.

During the war he became an agent of the Military Information Service and, after September 8th 1943 he joined the resistance movement creating in Florence an organization whose principal aim was to prevent Nazi troops from sacking Italian artistic patrimony.

After the war, the above-mentioned organization was transformed into a committee for the retrieval of works of art constituted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In 1946, Rodolfo Siviero was appointed plenipotentiary minister and he led the organisation till his death.

Siviero House is located in the ground floor of the beautiful Poggi, a small palace in Lungarno Serristori where Siviero lived for many years. A keen collector and a refined literate, Siviero succeeded in collecting many works of art ranging from ancient to modern centuries, among which 15th century wooden statues, paintings on gold background, bronzes, terra-cottas, ancient reliquaries and magnificent furniture.

This House-Museum perfectly reflects the personality of its owner who loved art so deeply and it keeps the charme you can find in the palaces full of magnificent art collections Firenze inherited from Bardini, Horne and Stibbert. This is a patrimony which has not been completely studied yet but which gives the possibility of visiting a fascinating House-Museum full of the private treasures of a 'James Bond' of the art.

Savvier House is located in the ground floor of the beautiful Poggi, a small palace in Lungarno Serristori where Siviero lived many years. A keen collector and a refined literate, Siviero succeeded in collecting many works of art ranging from ancient to modern centuries, among which 15th century wooden statues, paintings on gold background, bronzes, terra-cottas, ancient reliquaries and magnificent furniture.

This House-Museum perfectly reflects the personality of its owner who loved art so deeply and it keeps the charm you can find in the palaces full of magnificent art collections Firenze inherited from Bardini, Horne and Stibbert. This is a patrimony which has not been completely studied yet but which gives the possibility of visiting a fascinating House-Museum full of the private treasures of a 'James Bond' of the art. 

For any information:

Casa Museo Rodolfo Siviero
Lungarno Serristori 055 2345219.
Open 9.30-12.30pm Mon, 2.30-6.30pm Sat.
Admission: free.


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