Galleria Borghese, Rome: Picture Gallery, The Masterpieces

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  • TIZIANO VecellioSacred and Profane Love (detail)1514Oil on canvasGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • TIZIANO VecellioSacred and Profane Love (detail)1514Oil on canvasGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • TIZIANO VecellioSacred and Profane Love (detail)1514Oil on canvasGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • TIZIANO VecellioSacred and Profane Love (detail)1514Oil on canvasGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • TIZIANO VecellioSacred and Profane Love1514Oil on canvas, 118 x 279 cmGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • Galleria Borghese, Rome

    Picture Gallery, The Masterpieces

  • CARAVAGGIOBoy with a Basket of Fruitc. 1593Oil on canvas, 70 x 67 cmGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • CARAVAGGIOBoy with a Basket of Fruit (detail)c. 1593Oil on canvas, 70 x 67 cmGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • CARAVAGGIOBoy with a Basket of Fruit (detail)c. 1593Oil on canvas, 70 x 67 cmGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • CARAVAGGIOMadonna dei Palafrenieri1606Oil on canvas, 292 x 211 cmGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • CARAVAGGIOMadonna dei Palafrenieri (detail)1606Oil on canvasGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • CARAVAGGIOMadonna dei Palafrenieri (detail)1606Oil on canvasGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • CARAVAGGIOMadonna dei Palafrenieri (detail)1606Oil on canvasGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • CARAVAGGIOSick Bacchusc. 1593Oil on canvas, 67 x 53 cmGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • CARAVAGGIOSick Bacchus (detail)c. 1593Oil on canvas, 67 x 53 cmGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • DOSSI, DossoCirce (or Melissa)c. 1520Oil on canvas, 170 x 172 cmGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • DOSSI, DossoCirce (detail)c. 1520Oil on canvasGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • RAFFAELLO SanzioPortrait of a Manc. 1502Oil on wood, 45 x 31 cmGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • RAFFAELLO SanzioPortrait of a Man (detai)c. 1502Oil on wood, 45 x 31 cmGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • BOTTICELLI, SandroVirgin and Child with Six Angels and the Baptistc. 1485Egg tempera on panel, diameter 170 cmGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • BOTTICELLI, SandroVirgin and Child with Six Angels and the Baptist (detail)c. 1485Egg tempera on panel, diameter 170 cmGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • RAFFAELLO SanzioThe Entombment1507Oil on wood, 184 x 176 cmGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • RAFFAELLO SanzioThe Entombment (detail)1507Oil on woodGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • RAFFAELLO SanzioThe Entombment (detail)1507Oil on woodGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • RUBENS, Peter PaulThe Deposition1602Oil on canvas, 180 x 137 cmGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • RUBENS, Peter PaulThe Deposition (detail)1602Oil on canvasGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • CRANACH, Lucas the ElderVenus and Cupid with a Honeycombc. 1531Oil and tempera on red beechwood, 169 x 67 cmGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • CRANACH, Lucas the ElderVenus and Cupid with a Honeycomb (detail)c. 1531Oil and tempera on red beechwood, 169 x 67 cmGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • CRANACH, Lucas the ElderVenus and Cupid with a Honeycomb (detail)c. 1531Oil and tempera on red beechwood, 169 x 67 cmGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • CARAVAGGIOSt Jeromec. 1606Oil on canvas, 112 x 157 cmGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • CARAVAGGIOSt Jerome (detail)c. 1606Oil on canvasGalleria Borghese, Rome

  • CARAVAGGIOSt Jerome (detail)c. 1606Oil on canvasGalleria Borghese, Rome

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    oesCARAVAGGIOSt Jerome (detail)c. 1606

  • Galleria Borghese, Rome

    Galleria BorgheseThe Borghese Gallery in Rome is a state museum housed in the Villa Borghese. The villa was built (1613-15) for Cardinal Scipione Borghese (1576-1633), nephew of Pope Paul V (Camillo Borghese, 1552-1621), and their collections of paintings and sculpture form the nucleus of the museum.

    Scipione was Bernini's first important patron, and the Gallery has an unrivalled representation of the sculptor's early work, including two busts of Scipione.

    The collection of paintings includes outstanding works by Caravaggio (Scipione was an early admirer), Raphael, and Titian. The Borghese collection was one of the few Roman patrician collections not dispersed in the 18th century. The villa and its contents were acquired by the Italian government from the Borghese family in 1902.