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The historical building of the Castellino houses some of the most probing examples of the themes and styles that set the tone of Greek art in the last few centuries. The collection includes about 150 items (paintings and sculptures) from the Hellenic National Gallery collections, many of which are on display for the first time here, providing the visitor a relatively easy and understandable guide to the development of various artistic genres in the country. Starting with “The Crucifixion”, possibly painted by Domenicos Theotocopoulos (El Greco), the collection forms a clear pathway for the viewer through the movements that have historically defined Greek art: the Ionian School, the “Munich” School, modernism, the generation of the 1930s, abstraction, the experimentalism of the 1970s, and the “return to painting” from the 1980s onwards
The Annex is located 14 kilometres from the town of Corfu, on the Paleokastritsa national road, towards Kassiopi and Dassia. Corfu Urban Bus (Blue Line) No. 7 – Dassia. Departs from Saroko Square, Corfu.