9 / Jul / 2019

Doria Pamphilj Gallery

The Doria Pamphilj Gallery is one of the largest private art collections in Rome and one of the most important in Italy. It is almost 4 centuries old and is part of the Palazzo Doria Pamphilj, the largest palace in Rome. In the 60s it was the subject of an important restoration and the architect of the time chose to use our handmade terracotta for the Galleria degli Specchi.


The Hall houses the large seventeenth-century Egyptian porphyry vase and is rich in precious mirrors with Venetian gold frames, ancient sculptures and the vault was frescoed in 1733 by the bolognese painter Aureliano Milani who intertwined in the “Fatiche di Ercole” myth and heraldry of the Pamphilj.


Today we are restoring some elements, but our rectangles are still there, in those ancient rooms between grandiose works and unique pieces. Our small contribution to the great history of Italian art.