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A Venetian Collection: from 21 November 2018
 Intesa Sanpaolo Collection
Foto Alessandra Chemollo
Intesa Sanpaolo Collection
From 21 November 2018 to 30 June 2019

Intesa Sanpaolo puts treasures from Cassa di Risparmio di Venezia on permanent display at the Querini Stampalia.

Paintings, sculptures and furnishings belonging to Cassa di Risparmio di Venezia now owned by Intesa Sanpaolo, is on display.

Through a gesture of great cultural vision, Intesa Sanpaolo wanted these genuine artistic and historical treasures to remain in the city and be accessible to the general public.

A house-museum with exquisite collections, the Querini Stampalia was chosen to house the art; a unique place where works of art and furnishings create a space open to comparison, a crossroads of cultures, that looks to promote personal growth and a sharing of knowledge. Previously used as offices, the large rooms on the third floor of the Querini Stampalia are house this important collection. Here, Michele De Lucchi, on behalf of Intesa Sanpaolo, is finishing off a beautifully elegant and formally neat exhibition space. From room to room, the public have the opportunity to admire Venetian works of art from the 16th to 20th century, ranging from paintings to sculptures, and from furnishings to carpets, clocks, drawings and engravings.

Particular noteworthy are two paintings by Canaletto, a large sketch of Il Paradiso (Paradise) by Domenico Tintoretto and one of The Last Judgement by Giambattista Tiepolo, and other works by great masters of the Venetian school, all the way up to Caffi and Ciardi. Among the sculptures are works by Arturo Martini and Alberto Viani.

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