The Museum of Art in Pordenone is located in the city center in the historic Palazzo Ricchieri. The Palace is one of the oldest buildings of the city and in 1970 was intended as the seat of the Civic Museum of Art. The building preserves the fresco decorations and the coffered wood ceilings in perfect condition. The Museum houses a collection of modern art between the fourteenth and nineteenth centuries. The exhibition starts from the second floor in chronological order. They presented the collections of the oldest wooden sculpture and stone, the wall paintings of the late fourteenth century the palace, the works of the fifteenth century carvers Domenico and Giovanni Mioni and some evidence of Friulano renaissance. In particular, they are of great value the works of Giovanni Antonio de Sacchis called Pordenone. The tour continues with the works of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, and a rich collection of works by Michelangelo Grigoletti. Complete the exhibition a room that has other tardotrecenteschi frescoes of the Palace and the exhibition of some fine contemporary wooden tablets from the ceiling, coming from an adjacent manor house.