Outside the city walls, opposite the church of San Giusto e Clemente, is a museum centring on the artist Raffaello Consortini of Volterra.
Located on the ground floor of the small building in which the sculptor lived, it displays sculptures in bronze, terracotta, wood and stone, but also some archaeological items that were part of his collection. The parish of San Giusto, which looks after Raffaello Consortini’s bequest and the museum, promotes the artist through a Sculpture Prize dedicated to him for the students of the high schools for Artistic Studies and the Tuscan Academies of Fine Art.
Borgo San Giusto 83, Volterra Tel. (+39) 0588 88242; cell. (+39) 348 5836252 email@example.com