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Museum-House of Hendrik Andersen

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Hendrik Christian Andersen Museum was built between 1922 and 1925 on the basis of Andersen’s design and it was planned as a building with annexed carving Studio nearby Piazza del Popolo.

In 1935 they became just one building surrounded by a border of allegoric paintings. This decorative border is in neo-Renaissance style, furthermore it reminds the fin de siècle American aestheticism.

The artist died in 1940 and he bequeathed Villa Helene to the Italian Government. The museum was inaugurated in 1999 for the fifty-ninth anniversary of Andersen’s death.

At the ground floor the Gallery – that was considered a boardroom, and the Studio - atelier that was used to create his works and shape material – display the monumental sculptures, the portrait-busts and the project-drawings made for The World Centre of Communication.

Today the first-floor flat is an exhibition area for permanent collections as well as temporary exhibitions inspired to the relations between Italy and the foreign artists of the nineteenth, twentieth and twenty-first century.



POINT (12.472763 41.914027)

From Tuesday to Saturday 9.30 - 19.30 (last admission at 19.00)
Closed Sunday and Monday, 1st January, 25th December
For groups up to (max 15 people with or without a guide) it is necessary to book by mail.

Museums and cultural sites are subject at the COVID containment measures.
For updates and guidelines please check the official website

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Casa Museo Hendrik Andersen, Via Pasquale Stanislao Mancini, 20
Via Pasquale Stanislao Mancini, 20
41° 54' 50.4972" N, 12° 28' 21.9468" E


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