In the heart of the historical center varallese, in Piazza San Carlo, which is among the most striking and typical houses of the old town

In the heart of the historical center varallese, in Piazza San Carlo, which is among the most striking and typical of the old town, you open the house-museum dedicated to the painter Cesare Scaglia. And a wonderful jewel of easy usability and visit, not to be missed in the walk-finding of Varallo; are preserved, as well as an extensive collection of paintings, furniture, decorative items, books, jewelry, memories of friends. All testimonials that make a complete profile of this sublime artist of the twentieth century varallese.

a visit to his studio and his home allows visitors to peep life varallese of the last century, reliving charm, color, atmosphere and emotions

The foundation dates back to 2005 by the will of his daughter and is entirely arranged in the house that was home of the artist; exposure divided into three rooms all to visit carefully to find an image of the time, treated by Scaglia with great sensitivity and attention to detail, as well as with true, clear spirit Valsesian, presented in a simple but eloquent about the content, inspirations , messages of humanity.

As witnessed by his daughter, who often meets in the halls of "his" interesting museum, Cesare Scaglia was very attached to his person Valsesia, to its roots and this deep connection transpires in his works and in all that is his style of life. The visit to his studio and his home allows visitors to peep life varallese of the last century, reliving charm, color, atmosphere and emotions.

The House Museum Scaglia is open during the summer season, from May to September.

Casa Museo Cesare Scaglia

Piazza San Carlo
13019 Varallo - Vercelli
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Tel. 0163 562729
Fax. 0163 564824
Mail. info@comune.varallo.vc.it
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