The Accademia, Part 2

I’ve written a couple of posts already about the Accademia. The wonders continue. The setting is every bit as luxe as the portable artworks housed within!

Look at the inlaid marble floor and the gorgeous ceiling!

Let’s take a closer look at the ceiling:

A closer look at the pavement:

Oh, yeah, and then there are the movable artworks!

In this very room, in 1824, the Italian neoclassical sculptor Antonio Canova was commemorated. Please see my earlier post on Canova’s works in the Accademia.

There is still more to post about the Accademia! See you here again soon! Arrividerci!

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