The Gallerie’s permanent exhibition of Venetian paintings spans from the fourteenth century to the early nineteenth century. The tour begins on the first floor (fourteenth to sixteenth century) and ends on the ground floor (seventeenth to nineteenth century). Roman and Arabic numerals are used to identify the exhibition halls on the first and ground floor, respectively.
At present, halls XII to XVII are closed to the public due to the renovation work on the first floor of the building. On the ground floor, the display in halls 5 and 6 is currently being prepared to reopen soon.
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