This is a private collection gathered during a lifetime by Carlo Pepi, a dedicated collector who expanded his initial interest from the Macchiaioli to twentieth-century and contemporary artists.

A consistent number of these works is displayed in the villa he owned in the vicinity of Crespina (visitable by appointment), others are located in the municipal picture gallery of Follonica. As far as regards the twentieth century, the collection conserves nuclei of signed “monographs” by artists like Lorenzo Viani, Giovanni March, Mino Trafeli, and Giuseppe Viviani, and more generally traces the development of Tuscan art from Modigliani to classic Abstractionism and the Attoma Group.
The Carlo Pepi collection is managed in collaboration with public and private institutions and promotes its own collections by means of catalogues and exhibitions.

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