Venice – Correr Museum: “Paolo Veronese: myths, portraits, allegories” until 29th May 2005

Until 29th May the Correr Museum will contain the exhibition dedicated to Paolo Veronese (1528-1588), an event realized in collaboration with the Musée de Luxenbourg. The exhibition presents thirty masterpieces by this great master, which deal with mythological themes, allegorical scenes and portraits.

The admission ticket to the exhibition also includes the Veronese itineraries of the town (the Marciana Library, the Ducale Palace) and the visit to some important Venetian churches, among which St Sebastian’s, that preserves a very famous cycle by Veronese.

Paolo Veronese: myths, portraits, allegories

Venice, Correr Museum, neoclassical royal Palace - San Marco Square

Until 29th May 2005

Visiting hours: 10.00-19.00 (box office 10.00-18.00)

Veronese at the Correr


Useful links:

Musei Civici veneziani

Turismo a Venezia

 

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