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Gallerie dell'Accademia, Venice
Categories: Art Museums, Museums
Admire pre-19th-century Venetian paintings--including Leonardo da Vinci's "Drawing of Vitruvian Man"--at Gallerie dell'Accademia. This gallery, housed in the Scuola della Carità, contains works from such masters as Lazzaro Bastiani, Francesco Guardi, and Lorenzo Lotto. Learn more about the paintings with an audio guide. You can arrange a guided tour for groups of ten or more. Plan to see Gallerie dell'Accademia and other attractions that appeal to you using our Venice vacation generator.
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Most famous paintings can be found in this huge building in the heart of the City, with the new wing of 5 more rooms added just this year. An absolute must for any art lover, and if you are not quite ... read more »
Es una galería con una gran cantidad de obras de arte italiano. Lleva por lo menos 2 horas recorrerla y se puede apreciar una gran cantidad de retablos, pinturas y esculturas.It is a gallery with a large number of works of Italian art. It takes at least 2 hours cross it and you can see a large number of altarpieces, paintings and sculptures.show original
vous aimez les peintres de la renaissance, allez z y par contre l'expo temporaire bisch se resume à 4 tableauxyou like the painters of the renaissance, will z y however temporary expo bisch is summary to 4 tablesshow original
Well, you have to like your devotional Catholic painters, and your grand thematic layouts, but hard to argue with the scale and thoroughness. The guides could be clearer in terms of building layout. Would have liked a few more Titians and a few less of the second tier, but very impressive nonetheless.
Leon Grant Bussinger
Old forgotten masters in a neglected but beautiful art museum. This certainly isn't the grande exposition of the louvre or the national portrait gallery but the dark religious motifs tell of a time guilt of conscience has yet to forget. My favorite part was looking at the glorious paintings of Venice of ye olde time and recalling, "Wait a second, I've just walked from there and seen that".
The building itself is worth to visit. Houses a vast collection of Venetian masters. Free entry the first Sunday of every month
Good experience- wasn't my favorite art gallery (completely personal taste in painters) but was still a great experience looking at all of the paintings and statues the gallery housed.
Nice visit with great paintings, sadly the audioguide left us sometimes expecting more explanations.
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