Palazzo Fulcis

Palazzo Fulcis

The Civic Museum of Belluno was founded in 1872, thanks to the donation to the cityà the important collection of paintings on wood and canvas, the doctor Belluno Antonio Giampiccoli. In it soon they joined the collections of bronzes, medals, plaques, coins, seals, manuscripts and books of local interest of Count Florio Miari. Exposure was for the building of the College of Jurists built in 1664 and today houses the Museum. The civic collection was opened to the public in 1876 with an exhibition curated by the Royal provincial inspector of monuments and Osvaldo Monti excavations. The current arrangement sees the floor occupied by the archeology section documents the long history of Valbelluna the Middle Paleolithic to the Middle Ages. The Lapidary with important monuments and inscriptions that document the history of Belluno età Romanè always hosted in the hall of the Auditorium in Piazza Duomo. On the first and second floor, it runs the gallery with paintings dating from the fourteenth to the nineteenth century, which come mostlyù from the Venetian. Other rooms are devoted to wooden sculpture - art right in Belluno Andrea Brustolon he found memorize options one of his best performers - the collection of small plates and small bronzes, the votive paintings and fascinating and unusual collections of decorative arts among which are, for completeness and wealth, that of Belluno jewelry and that of porcelain.


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Via Roma, 28
32100 Belluno


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