Until September 25, 2011, Rome hosts the exhibition of the sculptor Ercole Drei, the museum at the Villa Borghese Rome canonical. The sculptor, draftsman and painter, born in Faenza, Roman by adoption but has left some of his works in Rome such as the bronze statuette Ecstasy of Love, Portrait of a friend and dancer with the rim.
Around the works date back to 1913. Afterwards, Tweety, bronze, 1921, 1934, Sappho, a marble statue of the same name. The works of the 50 'and 60', such as Vanity, Diana the huntress, Poetry, Step Dance and Spring, these works dedicated to the female nude. At the exhibition there will be testimony to the interest and the interest in the decorative arts of ceramics, are also offered a number of paintings, chosen among the best known, among them a portrait of his wife in a costume that portrays his wife Margaret Montanari in a dress a lady 800. To complement the exhibition there will be sixteen drawings in pencil and / or charcoal, where the artist expresses his interest in the portraits of nude men and women.
There will be a video where you can admire the works for the city of Rome as: work and saving, the plaque for the Queen Margaret in Via Veneto, the Monument to Alfredo Oriani and much more.
Days and times: Tuesday to Sunday from 9.00 to 19.00 Ticket Prices: Adults Euro 5.50, Euro 4.50 Reduced