Dedicated largely to local artists, I enjoyed visiting this gallery. As others have said, a large wing is closed due to lack of staff, but they do run hour long tours of the closed section at various times (I did one at noon). They may not advertise this if you are an English speaker, I was offered the tour when I spoke in Italian at the ticket office. The tour guide only speaks in Italian, but it is worth doing just to see some of the beautiful works that are otherwise inaccessible. Yes, much of the art is religious but you need to remember that this was pretty much all artists were allowed to paint at the time. There is also a beautiful little room dedicated to Bocchi, a local artist of the early 20th century.
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