Inaugurated in 2006, the picture gallery is devoted to the figure of Carlo Servolini (1876–1948), painter and engraver of Livornese origins, whose engravings catch the visitor’s eye in the first hall.

While the central corridor presents works by Tuscan and Italian artists from the 1950s and 1960s (including ones by Renato Guttuso, Domenico Purificato, Gastone Breddo, Corrado Carmassi, and Giancarlo Cocchia), a third hall displays the Livorno and Tuscan season from the 1920s to the 1960s. Since 2008 the picture gallery has arranged a series of cultural initiatives aimed at promoting the Tuscan figurative season close to the work of Servolini, starting from an exhibition on his son Luigi, the woodcut artist, followed by themed or solo exhibitions.

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Toscana '900Pinacoteca Carlo Servolini