The pictorial masterpieces of the most important Sicilian landscape painter of the second half of the 19th century will be exhibited in Palermo.
These works represent landscapes where nature is the absolute protagonist and where it is painted with a careful from life rendering of lavic rocks, ponds, scrubs and Saracen olive trees.
This is an extraordinary exhibition of more than hundred works of big dimensions, which come from Italian and foreign museums and from private collections that you cannot miss.
Francesco Lojacono 1838-1915
Sicily – Palermo – Civic Modern Art Gallery ex St Anne alla Misericordia convent
From 1st October 2005 until 8th January 2006
For information: Tel. 199.199.111 (monday-friday, h 9.00 – 18.00)