Posts Tagged ‘giorgione’

Homage to Lorenzo Lotto: the paintings of the Ermitage to the Galleries of the Academy

Monday, November 14th, 2011

Thanks to an agreement between the Ermitage museum of Saint Petersburg and the Venice Academia Art Galleries, it will be possible, to visit an exposure entirely dedicated to the Venetian painter Lorenzo Lotto.

That will be held from the 24th of November 2011 to the 26th of February 2012.

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.

Exposition of Giorgione now until November 01st!!!

Monday, October 25th, 2010

la tempestaThree of Giorgione most famous works, The Old Lady (1506), The Naked (1508) and his most famous masterpiece, The Tempest (1507-08), will be on display for over an other month in one of Venice most unique buildings, Palazzo Grimani near Campo Santa Maria Formosa.