The Carlo Servolini Municipal Art Gallery in Collesalvetti is a public gallery that houses temporary exhibitions and permanent collections.
The Gallery was inaugurated in 2007, and is dedicated to Carlo Servolini, a painter and engraver from Livorno, as well as the father of the wood engraver Luigi Servolini, who died in Collesalvetti in 1948.
Servolini’s etchings are displayed in the first room of the gallery, while the central corridor houses works produced between the 1950s and 1960s by artists such as Renato Guttuso, Domenico Purificato, Gastone Breddo, Corrado Carmassi, Remo Gordigiani, Anacleto Margotti and Giancarlo Cocchia.
The third room is dedicated to artists from Livorno and Tuscany, with works painted between the end of the 19th century and the 20th century by Renato Natali, Guglielmo Micheli, Giovanni Lomi and Giovanni Marchi.
In 2008, with an exhibition on the xylographer Luigi Servolini, followed by thematic and monographic exhibitions, the Gallery launched a series of cultural initiatives aimed at promoting the Tuscan figurative art scene related to the work of Carlo Servolini.
The Carlo Servolini Art Gallery is located in Via Umberto I, at number 63, in front of the Municipal Library.