National Museum of Palazzo Venezia
What you need to know
The former papal residence of Paul II Barbo, it became the National Museum of Palazzo Venezia in 1921. Pope Paul II was an avid collector and looked to the artistic future of this museum.
The National Museum of Palazzo Venezia is housed in the grand former residence of the Venetian pope Paul II Barbo (1464-1471), an art lover and collector and “moral” initiator of the future development of this museum. Established in 1921, it has acquired a status as an important museum of the so-called “applied arts”.
The National Museum of Palazzo Venezia contains works of all types and historical periods which make up the piano nobile of the building: the rooms in the Cybo Apartment; the Passetto dei Cardinali and all the historical rooms around the perimeter of the Palazzotto San Marco. These contain: collections of paintings on board and canvas dating from the XV-XVIII centuries, seventeenth century pastels, as well as miniatures and fans; and a splendid set of Italian and German wooden sculptures.
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