Vittore Carpaccio at the Doge's Palace - Venetian city life in the late 15th century

From 18 March to 18 June

Vittore Carpaccio (Venice c. 1460/66 - Capodistria 1526) director - set designer, celebrates Venetian life at the end of the 15th century, succeeding in conveying through his works the essence of that era when the Republic of the Serenissima was at the height of its economic and cultural splendour, a meeting point of different cultures and a centre of trade thanks to its fortunate geographical position.

The exhibition at the Doge's Palace is a unique opportunity to admire a work that was dismembered for unknown reasons at the end of the 18th century and is now reunited: the Two Ladies from the Correr Museum and the Hunting in the Lagoon from the Getty Museum in Los Angeles. In Venice, in addition to the exhibition at the Palazzo, it is also possible to admire the following works by Carpaccio: the St. Ursula cycle at the Gallerie dell'Accademia and the St. Giorgio degli Schiavoni cycle, in the Castello district, at the Scuola of the same name.

 Visit the official page of the exhibition at the Doge's Palace

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