The exhibition shows a wide view of art that seduced the world with its light, color and splendor. From Sebastiano Ricci to Francesco Guardi, through the great masters of the eighteenth century Venetian: Diziani, Amigoni, Piazetta, the Tiépolo, Zais, Richter, Marieschi, Canaletto, Bellotto and many more.
The exhibition creates a magnificent pictorial review of the century, with works by Ribera, Giordano, Falcone and Solimena, among others, highlighting the evolution and the splendor of this happy season of Neapolitan art.
The exhibition offers a splendid example of the magnificence and development of the arts in all its manifestations in the court of Naples during his reign.
Works from the Archeological Museum of Naples and Pompey, the exhibition revises the history of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD, when the Roman cities of Pompey and Herculano were covered along with a range of very important elements of Roman civilization.