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Padoan Fund
The lover discovered
Art piece by Meissen
The lover discovered

In 2001, Renato Padoan donated to Fondazione Querini the pieces of art collected by his parents Ada Morandi and Romano Padoan, who were antiquarians (they were the owners of "Giuseppe Dominici" shop, one of the most visited in Venice by collectors and art amateurs). The collection includes pieces in parcelain, majolica, silver, bronze, enamel, crystal and glass.

>The porcelain collection includes pieces from the most important Italian and European factories in 19th and 20th centuries. Meissen's productions are widely present and include some rare pieces such as the high quality plastic groupL'amante scoperto..

Moreover, the collection includes porcelain dated back to the 18th century, with pieces belonging to the Parisian manufacture such as the Darte brothers and Dagoty, Berlin's and Gotha's productions from Schlaggenwald factory and pieces produced in Vienna.

In addition, the collection is endowed with and elegant piece from the Padoan donation, that is the Bohemian crystal glass dated 1730-40, made in double welded glass with an inside painting depicting a deer hunt. Lastly, the donation includes fifteen enamel cigarette cases belonging to the 18th century which, together with other elegant pieces, enrich the rooms of the 16th-centuy Querini Stampalia Palace.

Contacts for photoriproduction requests
 

Email

 

Ancient book

responsabile.biblioteca@querinistampalia.org

 

Works of art

responsabile.museo@querinistampalia.org

 

Shootings of the Palace's rooms

direzione@querinistampalia.org

 

Fax   0412711445

 

Mail

Fondazione Querini Stampalia ONLUS

Castello 5252 - 30122 Venice

ENTRY AND TICKETS
 

 




Entry

 

Full ticket € 14 (Museum, Carlo Scarpa Area, the Intesa San Paolo Collection,temporary exhibitions)

 

Reduced ticket € 10

 

Free entry

 

Every Sunday for residents of the Municipality of Venice

 

Animals (of all sizes) are not allowed in the Palace

 

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Opening Hours
 

Museum, Carlo Scarpa Area, the Intesa San Paolo Collection, temporary exhibitions
 

from Tuesday to Sunday, 10 am - 6 pm

last admission 5.30 pm

Closed on Monday

 

Animals (of all sizes) are not allowed in the Palace

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