On display a statue of Marsyas, a satyr who dared challenge Apollo to a music contest , found at the Villa Vignacce.
For the first time in Rome, the work of one of the greatest painters and printmakers of the eighteenth-century Venice, Giambattista Tiepolo. In the history of European figurative art, the impressive quantity and variety of designs produced by Tiepolo stands out as a great monument of eighteenth-century graphic representation.
Documentary exhibition on the occasion of the 450th anniversary of the death of the great Florentine artist.
The exhibition begins with a careful and close look at the bronze statue on display in the Hall of the Triumphs, added to the Capitoline collection in 1471 as part of Sixtus IV's donation of the Lateran bronzes.