The Kienerk Museum, located in the premises of the old judicial prisons in Via Chiostra, displays a collection of paintings, sculptures, bas-reliefs and drawings by Giorgio Kienerk, over 130 pieces donated by his daughter Vittoria to the Municipality.

Giorgio Kienerk had a long bond with Fauglia and the Pisan Hills, having spent every summer with his wife Margherita and daughter in the family villa of Poggio alla Farnia.

The works cover the entire artistic career of Giorgio Kienerk, from his youth to his maturity, and bear witness to the multiple interests of the artist who dedicated himself to sculpture, painting, graphics, illustration and applied art.

The versatile Florentine artist immortalized the surrounding countryside, starting from the teachings of Cecioni and Signorini up to the ingenious invention of the refined “Macchie” or “smiles” drawn without outlines.

The collection consists of about 130 pieces including plastic works, bas-reliefs and sculptures, mostly oil paintings, some pastels, numerous drawings, notebooks with ink and pencil sketches, engravings and lithographs.





Kienerk Museum


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