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  • BUON FERRAGOSTO A TUTTI! Ferragosto era un’antica festa della Roma imperiale. Fu infatti istituita dall'imperatore Augusto nel 18 a.C. e traeva origine dalla tradizione dei Consualia, feste che celebravano la fine dei lavori agricoli, dedicate a Conso, dio della terra e della fertilità. Ma il 15 agosto si celebra anche l’Assunzione di Maria, una delle più antiche feste mariane. Questa Assunta, olio su Tela di Nicola Grassi (1862 – 1748) è esposta alla Galleria d’Arte Antica di Udine. L’opera era conservata nella Chiesa Maria Maddalena dei Filippini, demolita nei primi anni del Novecento.
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  • Il Museo Etnografico del Friuli conserva una importante raccolta di sculture lignee di circa 70 pezzi. Oggi potete ammirare alcune di queste opere ristrutturate nella sala ad esse dedicata.
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  • Ti trovi in città? Vieni a scoprire le nostre collezioni e a visitare le nostre mostre. Siamo aperti anche a Ferragosto! ;-) #MuseoArcheologico #GalleriaArteAntica #MuseodelRisorgimento #CasaCavazzini #MuseoEtnograficodelFriuli
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  • In questo "Giorno felice, la Prima Comunione" Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida si concentra sull’incontro tra la bambina in abito da prima comunione e i parenti che la attorniano. Un'opera del 1892 che rappresenta la fase iniziale del percorso artistico del pittore. Presentata nello stesso anno all’Esposizione Internazionale delle Belle Arti di Madrid, oggi arricchisce la collezione di Casa Cavazzini.
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  • Il Museo Etnografico del Friuli rinnova la sala “Luigi e Andreina Ciceri” e si arrichisce di ulteriori opere restaurate da Roberta Righini grazie al contributo della Fondazione Friuli. Fra le nuove sculture, la nobile immagine di Giuseppe di Arimatea, la piccola, raffinata Madonna col Bambino e un San Giovanni Battista.
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