Testi di: Franco Borsi [et al.].
Editore: Franco Maria Ricci, Milano.
The great hall in Montecitorio contains the two greatest allegorical works by artists active in the somewhat inward-looking Italy of the early 20th century: the pictorial frieze by Aristide Sartorio and the bronze high relief by Davide Calandra. The former is an epic-lyrical vision of Italy's history and civilization; the latter, devoted to the splendours of the House of Savoy, is a spell-binding stylistic melange typical of the sculptors best works. FMR Publisher