Museo Carlo Bilotti
Giardino del Lago
Piazza di Siena
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Museo Carlo Bilotti information
The art collection of billionaire cosmetics magnate Carlo Bilotti is stylishly housed in the Orangery of Villa Borghese. It’s a small collection, but it’s interesting and well presented with explanatory panels in English and Italian. Paintings range from a Warhol portrait of Bilotti’s wife and daughter to 18 works by Giorgio de Chirico (1888–1978), one of Italy’s most important 20th-century artists.