Museo Correr: 800 unpublished drawings from the Venetian 19th Century
Until 11 April 2010 the Museo Civico Correr, hosts an interesting exhibition of century drawing dedicated to Venice in the nineteenth-century. The exhibition includes works by artists such as Favretto, Giacomo Guardi, Querena, Vervloet, Caffi and Lividori. The Venice is known through these works is authentic, a city of great charm and experienced, who proudly shows his wounds but also its joys. The first floor of the Museo Correr, at the Hall Napoleon, houses a private collection, about fifty unpublished drawings by Giacomo Favretto (1849-1887), the second floor houses the production of other artists of the period and each room is dedicated to a painter, Giacomo Guardi (1786-1835), Luigi Querena (1820-1887), Francois Vervloet (1795-1872), Ippolito Caffi ( 1809-1866), Giovanni Pividor (1812-1872), complements the exhibition the work of Eugenio Bosa (1807-1875).
From 19 December 2009 to April 11, 2010
San Marco 52,
Entrance for the public: Piazza San Marco, Napoleonic Wing, Monumental Staircase
Hours: 10,00-17,00 (Ticket 10,00-16,00) Closed December 25 and January 1, 2010