Ambrosiana
10/06/2020

THE COPPOLA DONATION: A PAINTING BY MASSIMO D’AZEGLIO ENHANCES THE AMBROSIANA COLLECTIONS

The work, a Landscape with a lake by Massimo d’Azeglio, enriches the collections of nineteenth-century paintings of the Pinacoteca and is currently displayed in Room 19.
The painting was donated by Antonino Coppola in memory of Prof. Dr. Alfredo Coppola (1888-1957), a neuropsychiatrist from Palermo.
A figure little known to the last generations of psychiatrists, neurologists and psychologists, Dr. Alfredo Coppola was famous in the 1920s for what became known as the “Bruneri-Canella” or “Smemorato di Collegno” case.
For more information, please refer to the Historical Archive of Italian Psychology of the University of Milan-Bicocca, Alfredo Coppola Fund:

ALFREDO COPPOLA’S BIOGRAPHY
ALFREDO COPPOLA ARCHIVE

THE COPPOLA DONATION: A PAINTING BY MASSIMO D’AZEGLIO ENHANCES THE AMBROSIANA COLLECTIONS

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