From the hall on ground floor you can arrive at the Entrance Hall on the noble floor, characterized by a loggia created on 1860 thanks to the three-part window “a serliana” insertion.
Under the present false ceiling – dated back to the first half of Nineteenth century- you can find a more ancient ceiling with painted beams.
The upper frieze dates to the first half of Twentieth century. It represents family’s emblems married to degli Oddi’s family. The inscriptions under the emblems are following insertions (1919, thanks to Angelo Marini Clarelli).
From the Entrance hall you can access three different itineraries:
- from the left door you can access to the “Good Apartment”;
- From the right door you can access to the “Lady Apartment”;
- The door in front of the Entrance opens up to the Anticappella, the Chapel and the Fruit Room: this spaces are not yet open to the public.
The room most significant artwork is a painting representing the Genealogical tree of degli Oddi’s family of Perugia by an unknown artist of the end of Eighteenth century. Put on the wall in front of the entrance, it represents the five family feuds, including the little Santa Margherita da Laviano’s native house (then Santa Margherita da Cortona) and two epigraphs about family gestures, ended with Angelo di Francesco degli Oddi (1730-1794).
On the loggia left wall there’s a painting figuring Sant’Ubaldo by Luigi Scaramuccia (Perugia 1616-Milan 1665). The Saint is represented half-figure and in profile, bought by Angelo degli Oddi (1601-1647), the starter of the artwork family collection.
On the loggia right wall a painting Madonna del latte by the Lombard Francesco Del Cairo (Milan 1607-Milan 1665), acquired by Francesco degli Oddi (1623-1699), Angelo’s son. He was the second most important character of the collection history: after his death the collection began its decline.
Manifacture century Eighteenth
The space is enriched by six wooden chests painted with spiral-vegetable-motifs and the family emblem.