Precious Furnishing

The treasures that enrich the rooms

Bacco e Arianna (1700) by Manifattura reale di BeauvaisReggia di Colorno

Bacchus and Ariadne (particular of the tapestry)

Allegoria dell'Asia (1745) by J. J. Kaendler e coll.Reggia di Colorno

Allegory of Asia

The figure, part of an allegorical series of the four continents, is a polychrome porcelain by Meissen made by Kaendler between 1745 and 1748.

Allegoria dell'Europa (1745) by J. J. Kaendler e coll.Reggia di Colorno

Allegory of Europe

It is a polychrome porcelain by Messen. The figures, part of an allegorical series of the four continents, were inspired by engravings of Cesare Ripa and were shaped by Kaendler between 1745 and 1748.

Vaso con fiori (1700) by Manifattura di VincennesReggia di Colorno

Decorative vase

The vase is of Chinese production, a blanc de chine decorated with pruno flowers mounted in partially painted metal and enriched with porcelain corollas.

Vasi (1800) by AnonimoReggia di Colorno


China polychrome porcelain vase, part of a couple, with figure decoration in landscapes and interiors, from the second haf of the nineteenth century.

Adorazione dei Magi (1800) by Ambito parmense. Caliari Paolo detto il Veronese, daReggia di Colorno

Adoration of the Magi

Copy of the "Adoration of the Magi" by Caliari Paolo called Veronese kept at the National Gallery in London. The painting can be dated to the second quarter of the 19th century.

Cacciatore che disseta una donna con bambini (1850) by Giorgio SchererReggia di Colorno

Hunter quenching a woman with children

Giorgio Scherer, an exponent of the Parma Academy of Fine Arts, is the painting depicting a "Hunter quenching a woman with children", purchased by the Duchess Maria Luigia for the furnishing of the palace.

Scrittoio (1700) by SconosciutoReggia di Colorno


The desk from the Farnesian era of the 18th century, has different wood and silver inlaid decorations, which reproduces scenes from the fables of Aesop.

Sala grande, quadro (1700) by Charles-François La CroixReggia di Colorno

The port, La Croix

The work of the French artist Charles-François Grenier de La Croix, called Lacroix de Marseille, probably represents the port of Marseille. It is an oil painting dating on the second half of the eighteenth century.

San Domenico (1777) by Giuseppe SbravatiReggia di Colorno

Saint Domenico

Golden wooden bust of the second half of the eighteemth century depicting Saint Domenico

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