Artistic-literary itinerary
Montemurro has an artistic-literary tradition that, although it began in the centuries before, it is in the twentieth century that it has shown its innovative scope. Moving forward in chronological order you can validly start from the painters Carlo Sellitto, Gian Giacomo and Anna Maria Manecchia who lived between the 1500s and the 1600s, natives of Montemurro but active artistically in Naples. Unfortunately the village does not preserve their works that we find instead exhibited in churches and famous Neapolitan museums as well as in churches of some Lucanian towns. However, in 2019, on the occasion of "Montemurro European Capital of Culture for a Day", the village wanted to make a brief reconnaissance of these works in order to introduce to visitors the artistic caliber of these personality honor and pride of the town. They are photographic reproductions of canvases made by Tonino and Fabio Calvino proposed with the historical account of Anna Mollica, on permanent display in the former convent of San Domenico.
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