VIA MARGUTTA is a small street in the center of Rome, in Campo Marzio district ( known as the district of foreigners)… a magical street , in silence and green…
a place of art galleries and fashionable restaurants, which once housed shops and stalls.
It is a parallel of Via del Babuino, the road that runs from Piazza del Popolo to the Spanish Steps.
One of the symbols of the street is the FONTANA DELLE ARTI, a marble fountain, surmounted by a bucket of brushes, two masks, one sad and one happy (the moods of the artists) resting on shelves applied on painters easels.
You are in the heart of Rome, but the silence is so pleasant to make you forget the chaotic traffic (at two steps).
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A delightful experience not to be missed: the ninetieth edition of Art Exhibition of “CENTO PITTORI IN VIA MARGUTTA“– “One Hundred Painters in Margutta street “.
This interesting exhibition was born in 1953 on the initiative of some painters who decided to renew the soul of this street, which has always been home for painters, sculptors, musicians, poets and artisans.
This year the initiative, celebrates Christmas providing an exhibition of more than 3000 works, including oil paintings, watercolors, graphic works and sculptures!
A wonderful opportunity to walk in the “Rome bohemienne“...
CENTO PITTORI IN VIA MARGUTTA
Via Margutta , Rome
From 10.00 to 21.00
December 15th- 18th