The Museum of the Resistance conserves about 80 works from the second half of the twentieth century, all inspired by the terrible events in Sant’Anna in Stazzema in 1944.
The collection took shape over the course of the years thanks to donations by artists connected to the Apuan and Versilio areas, and with representatives from other parts of Italy (Pietro Annigoni, Gualtiero Nativi, Marco Nereo Rotelli) and abroad (Henry Marinsky).
These are mainly paintings, but there are also some examples of sculptures and installations.
Via Coletti 22, Sant’Anna, Stazzema Tel. (+39) 0584 772286 www.santannadistazzema.org firstname.lastname@example.org