Museo Marino Marini in Florence
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Museo Marino Marini

Good To Know

Works by the Italian sculptor and painter Marino Marini
An oasis of calm compared to the larger museums

Museo Marino Marini in Florence aims to conserve, protect and promote the work by the Italian sculptor and painter Marino Marini. Space is also dedicated to events and exhibitions of contemporary artists, from the 20th century to the current day.

Marino Marini (1901-1980) was most famous for his series of statues featuring a man with outstretched arms on a horse. His works can be found in many cities and art collections, among which the Tate Collection and the Peggy Guggenheim Collection. The museum displays 182 sculptures, paintings, drawings and engravings by Marini, arranged not in a chronological order but thematically.

The museum is housed in the San Pancrazio church, which has been deconsecrated with the exception of the Rucellai Chapel. The first recorded history of the church is from 931, after which it has been restored, modified and enlarged many times. The Rucellai Chapel contains the Rucellai Sepulchre, a small but impressive funerary chapel from the 15th century. The chapel can be visited from inside the museum.

Practical Information

Piazza San Pancrazio, Florence, Italy
+39 055 219 432
Opening Times

Closed on national holidays

Monday 10:00 - 17:00
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday 10:00 - 17:00
Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
Friday 10:00 - 17:00
Saturday 10:00 - 17:00
Sunday 10:00 - 17:00

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