Trieste~Art and Architecture, II

 “To gain an idea of how wealthy some Triestini became, visit the Museo Revoltella, the former 19th-century palazzo of Pasquale Revoltella, a whizz-kid financier who, amongst other things, put money into the Suez Canal. His art collection forms the basis of the Modern Art gallery, which spreads into two adjoining palazzi.”

The museum’s collection of art includes both paintings and sculptures, primarily comprised of works from the second half of the 19th and early 20th centuries, as well as more recent works from artists from the Friuli Venezia Guila region and elsewhere in Italy. 

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About Joy Hendrickson

I am an adherent of the theory that we don't know what we don't know. I enjoy all things literary, visual, mysterious, and just beyond our grasp.
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One Response to Trieste~Art and Architecture, II

  1. Ron Proctor says:

    Thanks for sharing the art of Trieste Joyce!

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