The Museum presents an exhibition on 16th-century Venetian painting, featuring masterpieces by artists such as Titian, Tintoretto, Veronese and Lotto, loaned from major collections and museums.

Themes such as the importance of colour, the observation of real life through the image of power and beauty and the destruction of the brushstroke and colour in late works of this period are illustrated through portraits, pastorals, mythological themes and religious compositions, which together reveal the evolution of Venetian painting, created in one of the world’s most beautiful cities.

Curator: Fernando Checa Cremades.

Spanish catalogue with the support of Fundación Abertis.

Interactive publication. Renaissance Venice. The Triumph of Beauty and the Destruction of Painting

Interactive publication

If you want to know more details about this exhibition, leaf through the interactive publication.

In collaboration with Fundación BBVA



Penitent Mary Magdalen. Tiziano Vecellio
Portrait of the Architect Vincenzo Scamozzi. Paolo Veronés
Perseus armed by Mercury and Minerve. Paris Bordone
The Musicians. Giovanni Cariani