After 1906, a small barn in the heart of Stampa was converted into Giovanni Giacometti’s studio. In this room, Giovanni’s children and his wife Annetta often posed as models for the painter. After Giovanni’s death in 1933, his famous son, Alberto, who regularly visited his mother during the summer months, used the small studio. Even today, you can still see traces of the two artists in the room.
Guided tours are offered from June to October; please contact the Ciäsa Granda Museum.