Museo di Palazzo Grimani

Ramo Grimani, Castello 4858 (Venice)

The palazzo Grimani was restored and edited by a primitive medieval core during the sixteenth century, under the direction of the vector and Giovanni Grimani, who, between 1537 and 1540, entrusted the decoration of some of the first floor to Giovanni da Udine and Francesco Salviati, exponents of modern Mannerist current. After the death of his brother, Vector was sole owner, John built the two wings at the end of the square courtyard, by placing the scale ovata and extraordinary coffered room with Lantern. In these environments the Palace ordered a new important decorations cycle by, among others, by Camillo Mantovano and the young Federico Zuccari, to give the rinomatissima frame worthy collection of statues, busts, medals, books and paintings.

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