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The Rinaldo Carnielo Gallery

Collection spotlights nineteenth century treasures

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This small collection provides a unique testimony of nineteenth century Florentine collections. It is located in an Art Nouveau building that was the home-studio of sculptor Rinaldo Carnielo (1853-1910). The building was left to the City by the artist’s son in 1958. The works hosted there reflect the influence that Florentine art had on the Venetian artist. Its many bas-reliefs evoke the purity of the Renaissance style. Many of his large plaster preparations were designed as memorials, such as the work depicting a dying Mozart with the Angel of death. These boast a distinctly more realistic style. Visitors will appreciate various examples of furniture and furnishings, which are primarily Mannerist in terms of style.
P.zza Savonarola 3
Temporarily closed for restoration.
An astonishing city of art, fashion and tradition
If you are visiting Tuscany you cannot miss Florence. The Renaissance city is a treasure trove of art with an astonishing contemporary vibe. Beyond the extraordinary artistic heritage, a testimony to its centuries of civilization, the best way to enjoy Florence is to stroll along the riverside avenues at sunset, or to get lost among the city’s myriad alleyways of the bohemian Oltrarno or the ...