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pinacotheca

(ˌpɪnəkəʊˈθiːkə)
n, pl -cae (-siː)
(Art Terms) art formal a place where works of art are displayed or stored

pinacotheca

a picture gallery or place where paintings are kept.
See also: Art
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Visit the Brera Art Gallery for displays from the XIV to the XX century, including the famous Raphaels Marriage of the Virgin, or wander through the galleries in Milans main museum Pinacoteca famous for its prestigious collection of ancient and modern paintings.
We are currently funding an exhibition called 'Picturing the Americas: Landscape Painting from Tierra del Fuego to the Arctic Circle', where our partners are the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Pinacoteca in Sao Paolo, and the Crystal Bridges Museum.
This huge construction is close to the Pinacoteca de SEo Paulo and the Luz subway station.
The Museo della Ceramics has opened in Savona, Italy in the historic 15th century Palazzo del Monte di Pieta, open to the public for the first time following restoration and now connected to the adjacent Pinacoteca Civica to create a major museum complex in the historic district.
But the Pinacoteca Ambrosiana gallery was perfect for catching a glimpse of his work among the gallery's impressive collection.
Co-organized with the Pinacoteca do Estado de Sao Paulo in association with the Museu de Arte Contemporanea de Serra/ves, Porto, Portugal.
hanging from the bar an small wa head to Ri for caipirin 2 SA SE Estad mus Ibira park with torium wh the leadin Oscar Niem SAO PAULO SEE: Pinacoteca do Estado is the first visual arts museum in the city, while Ibirapuera is a large urban park with an impressive auditorium which was designed by the leading Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer.
The artist's 1904 Portrait of Suzanne Bloch was stolen from the Sao Paulo Museum of Art in 2007 and two of his engravings were snatched from a branch of the Pinacoteca Museum in 2008.
The Pinacoteca contains the cream of the Vatican's collection of medieval and Renaissance paintings.
Another place for photo opportunities is the Pinacoteca di Brera, a square adorned with statues and with a renowned art gallery and an astronomy exhibition, open on weekdays.
The panels travelled from the Pinacoteca Nazionale di Siena, the Staatliches Lindenau-Museum in Altenburg, Germany, and the University of Virginia Art Museum.
The main panel containing the image of the Adoration of the Magi was placed in the newly created Pinacoteca Nazionale of Siena while the predella was divided into three sections: one (Saints and Crucifixion) finding its way to the Lindenau-Museum of Altenburg, Germany; another (Seven Saints in Adoration) to the University of Virginia Art Museum; and the third now presumably lost.