Palazzo Pretorio Museum participates to the event promoted by the Tuscan Region on August, Saturday 27th, by opening its doors until 22.30 pm with a free entry to the exhibition “The Shadow of the Etruscans”. This special day is meant to highlight the Etruscan roots of the town of Prato and the Tuscan Region. One of the very last chances to visit the show, closing on August 31st.
From 19 March 2016 to 31 August 2016
A journey through time exploring the sacred and the underworld horizons to rebuild the threads of the Etruscan civilization that in ancient times spread on the north area of the Arno river, along the direction of the Florence-Prato-Pistoia plain, the Mugello/Val di Sieve and Montalbano wide territory.
There are times when you feel that life has a meaning and a continuity. This is what I feel today as, together with my city, I celebrate the arrival of the 43 drawings and the 21 plaster pieces by Jacques Lipchitz that will find a home in the Municipal Museum of Prato. These are a donation from the attorney Hanno D. Mott, son of Mrs. Yulla Lipchitz.