Querini Stampalia Foundation
Residence-museum of the Querini-Stampalia family,with precious putties and frescoes.
The museum houses one of the richest art collections of Venice, with over four hundred paintings between the fourteenth and the nineteenth century by Venetian, Italian and Flemish artists:
- Donato e Catarino
- Giovanni Bellini
- Lorenzo di Credi
- Jacopo Palma il Vecchio e il Giovane
- Bernardo Strozzi
- Luca Giordano
- Marco e Sebastiano Ricci
- Giambattista Tiepolo
The most famous part of the collectionis a series of paintings of Venice in the eighteenth century: thirty paintings are genre paintings by Pietro Longhi and sixty are landscape paintings by Gabriel Bella.
Layout and colecctions:
- Tapestries and Cloths
- Musical Instruments
- Coins and Medals
- Artillery Models
- Opening Hours from Tuesday to Sunday, 10 am - 6 pm. Closed on Monday
- Tickets: Full ticket € 10 (Museum and Exhibition Areas).
Reduced ticket € 8. Area Scarpa ticket € 8
- tel. 0412711411 - fax 0412711445
- Guided tours in Italian, English, French and German
Cost for the guided tour : 80 euro
For further information and booking: firstname.lastname@example.org
Audio guide is available in Italian, English and French:
Cost for one audio guide 4 euro
Cost for two audio guides 6 euro
- Casa Macchietta
- Carlo Scarpa Area
Guided tours at Fondazione Querini Stampalia are available in Italian, English, French and German.
Museum, Carlo Scarpa Area, Temporary Exhibitions
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Weekly lessons in English and French at the Museum, starting from the ancient collection of Querini Stampalia, curated by Luisa Warman and Hélène Galante.
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