Palazzo Corsini
The Palazzo Corsini is a prominent late- baroque palace in Rome, erected for the Corsini family between 1730-1740 as an elaboration of the prior building on the site, a villa of the Riario family, based on designs of Ferdinando Fuga. It is located in the Trastevere section of the city, and stands beside the Villa Farnesina. During 1659-1689, the former Riario palace had hosted the eccentric Christina, Queen of Sweden, who abdicated, converted, and moved to Rome. Under her patronage, this was the site for the first meetings of the Roman Accademia dell'Arcadia . In 1736, the Florentine cardinal Neri Corsini, nephew of Clement XII (formerly Cardinal Lorenzo Corsini), acquired the villa and land, and commissioned the structure now standing. During the Napoleonic occupation of Rome, the palace hosted Joseph Bonaparte. Today, the palace hosts some offices of the National Academy of Science ( Accademia dei Lincei) and the Galleria Corsini. The gardens, which rise up the Janiculum hill, are part of the Orto Botanico dell'Università di Roma "La Sapienza", a botanical garden. This also, is not the sole Palazzo Corsini in Italy; there are a handful of palaces belonging to various lines of this Florentine family, which acquired and built this Roman palace, sometime referred to as Palazzo Corsini Lungarno only upon the ascension of their family member to the papacy. Another Corsini palace of note include the Palazzo Corsini al Parione , facing the banks of the Arno in Florence.

Galleria Corsini
The Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica di Palazzo Corsini or National Gallery of Antique Art in the Corsini Palace is a prominent art museum comprising the first floor of the palace. The national Arte Antica collections (typically post-year 1000 A.D.) in Rome consist of a number of sites, including Palazzo Barberini, Galleria Borghese, and the Palazzo Corsini. The majority of the major works in the Corsini Gallery collection were donated by the Corsini family, and initially were gathered by the avid 17th century collector, the cardinal Neri Maria Corsini, and added to by other members and from collections of Pope Clement XII and his nephew. In 1883, this palace and its contents were sold to the state, and the collection is displayed in its original location. The collection encompasses the breadth of mainly Italian art from early- Renaissance to late-18th century. It has both religious and historical works, as well as landcapes and genre paintings.

Partial list of collection

Sources
  • Palazzo Corsini
  • Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei, hosted in the Palazzo Corsini and neighboring Villa Farnesina.
  • Romecity entry


Label Painter Span Work Date Link 1 Beato Angelico Pentecost, Ascension, and Last Judgement 2 Cavalier d'Arpino 1560-1640 Resurrection of Lazarus 3 Jacopo Bassano 1515-1592 Adoration of the shepherds 4 Marco Benefial 1684-1786 Vision of Santa Catherine of Genoa 5 Annibale Carracci 1560-1609 St. Francis 6 Caravaggio St. John the Baptist c. 1600 7 Marten Van Cleef Rural festivity 8 Donato Creti 1671-1749 Adoration by the Magi 9 Donato Creti 1671-1749 Vision of Jacob 10 Cristoph van Der Lamen The rescue 11 Anthony van Dyck 1599-1641 Madonna della Paglia 12 Marcantonio Franceschini 1648-1729 Ascension of the Magdalen 13 Francesco Francia 1450-1517 St. George and the dragon 14 Orazio Gentileschi 1563-1646 Madonna and child 15 Luca Giordano 1634-1705 Christ before the doctors 16 Luca Giordano 1634-1705 Entry of Christ to Jerusalem 17 Guercino 1591-1666 Apollo and Marysas 18 Hans Hoffmann The Leper 19 Angelica Kauffmann Portrait 20 Giovanni Lanfranco St. Peter and St. Agatha 21 Giovanni Lanfranco 1582-1647 Ascension of the Magdalen 22 Giovanni Lanfranco 1582-1647 Tamar and Judith 23 Master del Solomon's Judgement Denial by Peter 24 Carlo Maratta 1625-1713 Madonna with the Bambino 25 Carlo Maratta 1625-1713 Young St John the Baptist & Angels 26 Carlo Maratta 1625-1713 Trinity 27 Carlo Maratta 1625-1713 Martyrdom of St. Andrew 28 Carlo Maratta 1625-1713 Rebecca at the well 29 Carlo Maratta 1625-1713 Flight to Egypt 30 Agostino Masucci 1690-1768 31 Pier Francesco Mola 1612-1666 Homer 32 Bartolomeo Esteban Murillo Madonna with the Bambino 33 Giovanni Battista Piazzetta 1682-1754 Judith 34 Nicolas Poussin Triumph of Ovid 35 Mattia Preti 1613-1699 Tribute of gold 36 Mattia Preti 1613-1699 San Bartolomeo 37 Guido Reni 1575-1642 Portrait of Beatrice Cenci 38 Guido Reni 1575-1642 Magdalen 39 Guido Reni 1575-1642 Ecce Homo 40 Guido Reni 1575-1642 Salomè with head of the Baptist, St. Joseph and Christ crowned with thorns 41 Guido Reni 1575-1642 Herod 42 Guido Reni 1575-1642 St. Joseph 43 Jusepe de Ribera Venus and dead Adonis 44 Giovan Francesco Romanelli 1610-1662 Adoration by the Magi 45 Giovan Francesco Romanelli 1610-1662 Adoration by the Shepherds 46 Theodor Rombouts 1597-1637 Concert 47 Salvator Rosa 1615-1673 48 Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640 St. Sebastian healed by angels 49 Giovanni Battista Salvi (Sassoferrato) 1605-1685 50 Andrea del Sarto 1486-1531 Madonna with the Bambino 51 Bartolomeo Schedoni 1578-1615 52 Johann Heinrich Schonfeld 1609 - 1683 53 Gerard Seghers 1591-1651 54 Massimo Stanzione 1585-1656 55 Nicolas Tournier 1590-1657 56 Francesco Trevisani Martyrdom of St. Lawrence 57 Francesco Trevisani Martyrdom of St. Lucy 58 Francesco Trevisani The Virgin grieving 59 Francesco Trevisani Magdalen 60 Lucas Van Uder 1595-1672 61 Gaspar Van Wittel 1595-1672 62 Simon Vouet Herod 63 Philips Wouwerman 1619 - 1668
Museums and art galleries in Rome