If the manager didn't love what he tasted, Gian Luca would pack up and fly home and not bother him again.But if he loved it, the manager would stock Giovanni Rana products.
It consists of two orders of galleries sustained by small columns decorated in false marble.
Every gallery is partitioned with carved columns and dominated by a floral festoon, while their parapet is enriched by a Baroque cartouche. The decorations are clear examples of Baroque art and were made by painter Antonio Liozzi (1730-1807), native to Penna San Giovanni.
Here was established the salt factory, a source of wealth for the whole town.
The park has damp but fascinating surroundings, and is rich in typical fauna and flora.
These date at intervals during his career and are distinguished by their preference for showing the Virgin full-length, seated on the floor, holding her child—a formula that emphasizes the Virgin’s humility. The Development of the Italian Schools of Painting.