The White Gallery is located inside the Abbey of Valvisciolo in Sermoneta, in the refectory room that overlooks the internal cloister, and was established from a legacy of William Guidi.
The gallery is dedicated to the Irish abbot Stanislao White (1839 - 1911) who brought the abbey back to life by funding many restoration works.
The works on display include many engravings and drawings from the 16th to 19th centuries by great artists such as Leonardo da Vinci, Albrecht Dürer, Rembrandt, Canaletto, Giovan Battista Piranesi, Francisco Goya, Honorè Daumier.
Among the original drawings are Sanguigne by Francesco Curti and Luca Giordano and The Pencil by Vincenzo Camuccini.
The museum is then enriched with a painting by Pomarancio (around 1590) representing a Deposition and a portrait of the Abbot White created by Aurelio Mariani in 1902.