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“ “ Palma Bucarelli (1910 - 1998) art historian and important cultural figure in Italy after WWII. She saved a lot of art pieces during wwii and the bombings in Rome, and she was the first woman - curator of a museum (the National Gallery...

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Palma Bucarelli

Palma Bucarelli (1910 - 1998) - art historian and important cultural figure in Italy after WWII. She saved a lot of art pieces during wwii and the bombings in Rome, and she was the first woman - curator of a museum (the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome). She promoted Abstract art, Tachisme and modern artistic movements that weren’t well known in Italy at that period. A very intelligent, brave, modern and innovative woman - and she was astonishingly beautiful, too.

Palma Bucarelli (1910 - 1998) art historian and important cultural figure in Italy after WWII. She saved a lot of art pieces during wwii and the bombings in Rome, and she was the first woman - curator of a museum (the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome). She promoted Abstract art, Tachisme and modern artistic movements that weren’t well known in Italy at that period. A very intelligent, brave, modern and innovative woman - and she was astonishingly beautiful, too.

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Palma bucarelli con l'artita César

palma bucarelli- sovraintendente alla Galleria nazionale d'arte moderna tra il 42 e il 75

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Palma Bucarelli, la donna che fece tremare l'arte italiana

Portrait of Palma Bucarelli riding her bike in Rome during wartimes. Palma Bucarelli (1910-1998) was the director of the National Gallery of Modern Art of Rome from 1942 to 1975. Good morning!

Palma Bucarelli nel 1944 tra il ritratto di Ungaretti scolpito da Pericle Fazzini e l'autoritratto di Mario Mafai