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There is a silent and almost respectful ambiance in this museum. Visitors enter Museo Correr by means of a staircase, originally built as a grand entrance to the Napoleonic Wing. From here, the tour continues through neoclassical rooms, the Royal Palace, the Canoviana Collection, Venetian Civilization, Antique Art, and Renaissance Bronze. There are many sculptures by Canova and decorative objects by Francesco Hayez. Venezia by Jacopo De' Barbari can be admired in the entrance.
What today is Museo Fortuny was once the house of Mariano Fortuny, friend and colleague of D'Annunzio. He was a set designer, inventor, fabric manufacturer and photographer of Catalan origin and transformed this former Gothic palace like a theatre set. It is a vision of furnishings, objects, textiles and ornaments from the beginning of the last century. Admire beautiful paintings, photographs, fabrics and light fixtures. It is open only when the temporary exhibitions are on, but is worth a visit.
In der Nähe der Galleria dell'Accademia, am Grand Canal befindet sich eines der wichtigsten Museen Venedigs. Dieses weltberühmte Museum wird von derselben Institution, der Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, betrieben, die auch das renommierte Guggenheim Museum in New York verwaltet. Peggy Guggenheim, eine wohlhabende Amerikanerin, interessierte sich für zeitgenössische Kunst und kam mit verschiedenen Künstlern in Kontakt, die sie begleiteten und ausbildeten, darunter Alexander Calder und Marcel Duchamp. Dieses Museum beherbergt eine Sammlung zeitgenössischer Kunst wie Werke von Bacon, Balla, Brancusi und Chagall. Man findet auch Meisterwerke von De Chirico, Kandinsky, Klee, El Lissitskj, Magritte, Man Ray, Picasso und Pollock.
Galleria d'Arte Moderna-Cà Pesaro offers international art of the 19th and 20th Centuries. Amongst the exhibits here are works by Ciardi, Favretto, Klee, Arp, and Kandinsky. You'll also find works by Ernst, Mirò and Calder. Housed in the magnificent Baroque marble palace, Ca' Pesaro, it features 11 rooms dedicated to paintings, sculptures and graphic art. Originally opened as an exhibition of avant-garde works, it now displays mostly Italian artists as well as foreign artists.
Housed in the stately Fontego dei Turchi that was built in the 13th Century, Museo di Storia Naturale di Venezia is a truly enlightening museum and was established in 1923. You'll find fossils, minerals, botanical collections, entomological collections, protozoa, mollusks and all kinds of vertebrates on display spanning 700 million years. This natural history museum also features an archaeology, anatomy and other repositories. Check out the scientific library, Cetaceans Gallery and other interesting exhibitions that are educational. Also noteworthy is their extensive bibliotheca that is a reference point for those interested in natural sciences. This Grand Canal museum is a great alternative to other historic museums in town.