Doria Pamphili Gallery
Latest update: 19 February 2022
Established in 1651, the Doria Pamphili Gallery is situated on Via del Corso in Rome and is one of the most important art museums in the city with a vast collection of paintings, statuary and Baroque furniture spread around its elegant apartments and walkways.
The museum takes its name from the noble Doria Pamphili Landi family which was founded in 1610.
The Doria Pamphili (the second part sometimes spelt with a j on the end instead of an i and thus Pamphilj) name appears in many places around Rome, most notably at the Villa Doria Pamphili park. The Doria Pamphili Gallery described on this page is not to be confused with the Palazzo Pamphili across the city on Piazza Navona which currently houses the Brazilian Embassy.