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The original nucleus of the civic collection, formed in the late eighteenth century, consists of twelve Flemish tapestries that adorned the Palace tardocinquecentesca. In 1813 the collection was increased by a group of portraits, which were added to local paintings, copies and engravings from Antonio Allegri called Correggio (1489-1534), which gives the ' face of Christ ' purchased in 1995. A similar subject, performed by Andrea Mantegna, is preserved in the hall dedicated to the Paduan painter; in the collection are paintings attributed to Moretto and Mattia Preti; portraits by Sante Peranda
Formed by the psychiatrist doctor Carlo Contini, was opened to the public in 1970 at the hotel management school in Carpi. Dating back to the 1980s its transfer to its present location, a shed and a farmhouse located near a large forest of native plants. More than two thousand items in the collection originate largely from the plain between Reggio, Modena and Mantova, with particular attention to folklore and local traditions. There are, however, materials relating to other territories, as some kneading machines for hemp Romagna, a Russian sleigh and an 18th century Sicilian cart. Of note are
In 1783, the Piarist fathers in boarding school riadattarono the ancient convent of the Dominicans, suppressed under the name Rinaldo boarding school Course. Already at the end of the 18th century it has news that short theatrical performances and concerts, dances and minuets were held in main hall decorated with a coffered ceiling. The ancient theatre that the site remains as the current arrangement, which preserves the original project dates back only at the beginning of our century, in the years 1908-1909. The theater, now owned by the State, is accompanied by two tiers of balconies that le
Between the end of the century. 15th century. XVI the plays were an expression of the aristocratic life of the Court. In 1554 Carnival, for example, was "a kind of epic work-encomiastico" (the Theatre [...] Asioli, 1982, s.p.) titled: honors of Correggio humanist grammarian Rinaldo Course. Four years later the same author allestiva a show that tells a genealogy with intermezzi inspired Triumphs of Petrarch. Even the kind of comedy he had some luck in a letter by Claudia Rangone addressed to Francesco Gonzaga is told "that will feel a Zanni comedy" (the Theatre [...] Asioli, 1982, s.p.). To cel