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This gallery has an amazing collection of Giorgione, Veronese, Tintoretto, Tiziano, Tiepolo and many other artists who have influenced the whole history of European painting.
Once inside, you can see Titian’s Presentation of the Virgin, Veronese’s Supper in the House of Levi, Tintoretto’s Transport of the Body of St. Mark, and Giorgione’s Tempest, among the many masterpieces on exhibition. There is also an extensive collection of Venetian scenes by Canaletto, Francesco Guardi and Gentile Bellini. Visits are limited to 1 hour and 45 minutes.
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Masterpieces by Titian, Giorgione, Tintoretto, and Veronese at the best Venice art museum
Priority Entry | Visit duration: 1 hour 45 minutes | Barrier-free access | No flash photography
Admire an exclusive selection of 14th to 18th-century paintings by illustrious artists who have deeply influenced the whole European culture. At the Accademia Gallery of Fine Arts in Venice you will see famous pieces by masters of the Venetian School such as Titian (The Presentation of the Virgin at the Temple), Giorgione (The Tempest), Tintoretto (Transport of the Body of St Mark), Veronese (The Feast in the House of Levi), as well as a collection of Venetian landscape scenes by Canaletto and Bellini. The Venice Accademia Gallery of Fine Arts is also specialized in art restoration, storing important artworks from churches and public buildings destroyed by invading Napoleonic forces.
Accademia Gallery of Fine Arts Venice opening hours
Monday: 8:15 am – 2:00 pm
Tuesday – Sunday: 8:15 am – 7:15 pm
Closing Days: January 1st, May 1st, and December 25th
Entry to Accademia Gallery of Fine Arts is by timed slots every 30 minutes. Visits are limited to 1 hours and 45 minutes.
Accademia Gallery of Fine Arts Venice prices and reductions
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Accademia Gallery of Fine Arts (in Italian: Accademia di Belle Arti) was founded in 1750 by the Venetian Senate as Venice’s school of painting, sculpture, and architecture. Installed as its first president was Giambattista Piazzetta, with other advisors Giambattista Pittoni and Gianmaria Morlaiter. The aim was to replicate official institutions which had existed for many years in other major artistic centers including Rome (Accademia di San Luca), Florence (Accademia del Disegno), Milan, and Bologna (Accademia Clementina). It was one of the first institutions to study art restoration starting in 1777 with Pietro Edwards, and formalized by 1819 as a course. Among teachers at the Academy in past and modern times were Tiepolo, Hayez, Nono, Ettore Tito, Arturo Martini, Alberto Viani, Carlo Scarpa, Afro, Santomaso, and Emilio Vedova.
The Accademia was renamed the Accademia Reale di Belle Arti and moved to its present premises in 1807 by order of the Napoleonic occupying forces. This administration had disbanded many institutions in Venice including some churches, convents and Scuole. The Scuola della Carità, the Convento dei Canonici Lateranensi and the church of Santa Maria della Carità thus became the home of the Accademia. The Scuola della Carità was the oldest of the six Scuole Grande and the building dates back to 1343, though the scuola was formed in 1260. The Convento dei Canonici Lateranensi was started in 1561 by Palladio, though it was never fully completed. The facade of Santa Maria della Carità was completed in 1441 by Bartolomeo Bon.
The Accademia contains masterpieces of Venetian painting up to the 18th century, generally arranged chronologically though some thematic displays are evident.
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