The Art Museum of Chianciano in Tuscany, Italy, hosts a series of collections ranging from Neolithic and Asiatic to Contemporary art. There are approximately a thousand works on display. You will view paintings and sculptures by artists such as Tom Nash, Francis Turner, Mario Schifano, Damien Hirst, Brian Willsher and Albert Louden, drawings by the likes of Magritte, Guttuso and Munch, historical works from Royal Collections or original etchings by masters such as Durer and Rembrandt. The Museum offers an intense artistic experience, where one moves from rooms which throw the visitor into the 16th century, to rooms from the future. The museum is known for organizing annual international events, including the Chianciano International Art Award and the Biennale of Chianciano.