Teatrino di Corte di Palazzo Reale
Teatrino Di Corte

The "Great Hall" or "Royal Hall" seventeenth-century salon turned into a feast and entertainment with mobile devices, was set up in its present form in 1768 by Ferdinando Fuga. very damaged by the last war (the time it was repainted in the fifties by imitating original frescoes by Antonio Dominici and Crescenzo La Gamba) retains the original scores architectural Escape with valuables are twelve statues in plaster and papier-mâché, the ù sculptor Angelo Viva depicting Apollo, Minerva, Mercury and the nine Muses (Terpsichore, Erato, Polyhymnia, Urania, Clio, Euterpe, Thalia, Melpomene, Calliope).
The Theatre hosted representations of comic operas by Paisiello, Piccinni and Cimarosa. Enter the next room over two of the 50 painted wooden doors on bottom gold decorate the halls of the palace, the work of an unknown ornamentista operating between the end of the 700 and the beginning of 800, decorated with elegant fantastic motifs, plants and animals, returning Pompeian taste.

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