Museo Duca di Martina
NAPOLI
Via Cimarosa, 77 (Villa Floridiana)IT

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A neoclassical setting for one of the most important museums of the minor arts.


Transport. How to reach the site

Funicolare Montesanto, Morghen stop, 500 m to ft

Funicolare Chiaia, Cimarosa stop, 200 m on foot

Funicolare Centrale, Piazza Fuga stop, 250 m to ft

Metro line 1, Vanvitelli stop, 300 m to ft

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  • funiculars

    funiculars

    Funicolare di Chiaia - Cimarosa

    Funicolare Montesanto - Morghen

    Funicolare di Chiaia - Piazza Amedeo

    Funicolare Centrale - Piazza Fuga

  • underground

    underground

    linea 2 - Piazza Amedeo

    linea 1 - Vanvitelli

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The Romanesque and Gothic ivories are displayed alongside Limoges enamels and constitute the main nucleus of the medieval artefacts kept at the museum. They come from Paris, northern France, Spain, England and Italy. The exhibition also includes small-scale objects of worship and precious accessories such as mirrors, combs, toilet sets, and tables à écrire. Particular mention should be made of the small double-fronted shrine with the Madonna and Child and the Crucifixion, the comb with scenes of courtly life from the mid fifteenth- century, and the baroque ivories including a Saint Sebastian, and a German jug and goblet, incised and turned on a lathe. 

 

The collection of Limoges enamels includes enamels on copper dating back to the Middle Ages and sixteenth-century painted enamels. Among the former, mention should be made of the reliquary-case of Santa Valeria and the fragment of the cover of an Evangeliary with a Crucifixion. Some thirty enamels painted on copper are displayed, outstanding among which is the plaque with the Crucifixion attributed to the Master of the triptych of Orléans, datable to around 1510.

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