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This was one of the highlights of our trip. We were The only people in the Museum and we enjoyed the peace and tranquillity that this bought when looking around marvellous pictures and architecture in the chapel on the side of the museum.
Italy has so much to offer! This museum will be a major attraction in any other part of the world, except in Italy. Despite the fact that it only has descriptions in Italian, the quality of the works of art is outstanding for those who...More
The new Civic Museum is the Old Saint Catherine's Convent a Great Place while on your stroll around Treviso, there's also an Artifact that I found with my Co worker at the time Mr Renzo Dalbo, it's a Venician Memorial Stone from the 16th Century...More
The only reason why I am giving this museum three stars is because everything inside is in Italian. The only have some very short explanations in English as you enter each room and that's it. Their archeological collection seems rich (everything is from the Treviso...More
Treviso is a lovely town and seemed to have plenty of visitors, but we were inexplicably alone when we visited. The attendants were all at the front desk, we were asked which rooms we wanted to see first, and then one of them came with...More
OK, the impressionists have been moved to the Bailo, so if you want modern, head over there. Here you'll find frescoes, both those painted in this church (when it was a church) and a dozen+ large panels removed form another church before it was to...More
I recently went to the Impressionism exhibit at the Museo di Santa Caterina, and was enjoyed the variety of quality works on display, including Renoir, Monet, Gauguin and more. There are remnants of the original frescos in this old church can still be seen.
I visited this terrific Museum recently and love its exhibitions of Impressionists. The show was extremely well organized but it was focused on background and influences more than actual presentation of the great work of French/British impressionism. Possibly they did so because they were able...More
The special exhibit on Impressionism was very large and well done. There were many works that represented the various artists very well, along with some that were interesting because they were not what one thinks about a particular artist. Well worth the visit.
Unfortunately we were not interested in the Escher exhibition and the rest of the exhibits were rather second rate and dreary. I had managed to stagger to the top of a steep staircase and the art works were really not worth the effort. The Titian...More