Posts Tagged ‘Ca’ D’Oro’

DIVINE Splendor of scene

Sunday, September 14th, 2014

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Opens on August 30, 2014 until January 11, 2015 at the Franchetti gallery the exhibition DIVINE Splendor of the scene.
The uniqueness of the monumental complex of the Ca’d’Oro offers now a particular sector of decorative arts: the “creative jewellry” from the collection of Patrizia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo.

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Da Giorgio Franchetti a Giorgio Franchetti at Ca’ D’oro Museum

Friday, November 22nd, 2013

Ca D OroSince few days, Ca’ D’Oro Museum promotes the last remaining days of the exposition “Da Giorgio Franchetti a Giorgio Franchetti. Collezionismi alla Ca’ D’Oro” with guided tours included in the rate of the ticket!
To be noticed that the exposition include “I Tesori del Ghetto di Venezia“, a wonderful collection of silver items restored by Venetian Heritage.
 
To be Remember also that next Saturday, 30th November 2013, the Gallery will be open also during  the evening, from 20.00 to 24.00. This is the first event dedicated to the theme “Misteri di Venezia”, accomplished with the association “Fili di Culture” and part of the National project “una Notte al Museo”.

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The Maddalena at Ca’ D’oro

Monday, March 28th, 2011

13253351_giorgione-gi-ponti-alla-galleria-franchetti-1The Venetian Gothic style is Byzantine in appearance. On the Ca’ d’Oro’s ground floor a recessed colonnaded loggia gives access to the entrance hall (portego de mezo) directly from the canal.
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Flemish and Dutch Drawings at the Ca’ D’Oro Palace

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

ca_doroThe Ca’ d’Oro, an ancient patrician residence of the fifteenth-century, gathers the art collection which Baron Giorgio Franchetti, who bought the building in 1894, gave to the State.
In this house, decorated with a Venetian Gothic style, through fascinating architectonical glimpses,
it is possible to admire paintings of the Venetian school among which the famous San Sebastiano by Andrea Mantegna, works of the Tuscan and the Flemish school, wonderful bronze statues and Renaissance statues as well.
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