Drawings and prints

The collection of drawings and prints created for different needs and cultural reasons in the course of time (17th - 20th centuries) consists of more than 1000 units. Over 800 engravings cover all sorts of subjects: maps, topographic maps, fashion plates, genre scenes, monuments and mainly architectural details of Perugia and Rome, depictions of Saints and Popes as well as family trees. The drawings, some of which were made by the members of the Oddi and Marini Clarelli families, mainly refer to cadastral maps, architectural perspectives and academy exercises, but they also include pictures of Saints, family portraits and reproductions of famous works.