Throughout the years, the Doria Pamphilj Princes have been directly involved in the management of the artistic heritage of their dynasty, one of the most blazoned and important in Italy.
The desire to maintain this commitment in the future led them to create the Doria Pamphilj Trust in 2013, with the aim of:
• preserving over time the historical family origins of their artistic heritage, ensuring its integrity and conservation, not least in the interest of national culture;
• keeping ownership and management of the estate as united as possible over time.
The Doria Pamphilj Trust is an internal trust regarding a collection of artworks of priceless artistic value, as well as historical sixteenth-century buildings, including those housing the museums of Palazzo Doria Pamphilj in Rome and of the Villa del Principe in Genoa.
Through the work of its Italian trustees, the Doria Pamphilj Trust is committed to the continuous restoration and maintenance of the aforementioned buildings, and to programmes for the conservation of the assets of the collection as well as the careful management of the museums, actions all aimed at preserving and sharing this extraordinary heritage of history, culture and beauty.