The Museo Civico Basilio Cascella is located in the historical center of Pescara. The Museum is housed in chrome-lithographic plant built in 1895. The museum is dedicated to Basilio Cascella, Abruzzo artist who lived inside the plant and created a research and experimentation center. Here, he has experimented in painting, ceramics, lithography, publishing and photography. The collection on display inside the museum includes a number of works by Cascella as oils, drawings, pastels, tempera, watercolors, prints, posters, art book publishing, lithographs, ceramics and labels. Among all was without a doubt his "bathroom of the shepherdess" masterpiece. In the collection there are also the works of Michael's sons, Joachim and Thomas with their distinct personalities and styles. The museum offers the possibility to reconstruct the historical past of the Cascella family comparing the stylistic developments.