The museum offers an extraordinary documentation of the activity of Beato Angelico, one of the greatest painters of the Renaissance, who frescoed extensive parts of the convent. Other paintings of the same authors, coming from various sources, were collected here in the twentieth century. The museum occupies a vast area of the Dominican convent of San Marco, founded in 1436 and built by architect Michelozzo. The convent played an important role in the religious and cultural life of the city. Also important are the collections of the sixteenth century, with works by Fra Bartolomeo, and a section devoted to artifacts of the old town buildings demolished in the nineteenth century.
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From Monday to Friday 8.15-13.50; Saturday, Sunday and Holidays 8.15-16.50.

Closed on the 2nd, 4th Monday of the month and on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday ; January 1st, May 1st, December 25th

The last entry is half an hour before closing time.
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