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In Volo Sul Duomo

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A few details of the suite

"Venus Blindfolding Cupid” portrait

Contemporary copy of the painting by Tiziano Vecellio, also known as Titian (1488/1490-1576), one of the protagonists of sixteenth-century European Renaissance art, regarded as one of the greatest artists in the history of art. An exponent of tonal painting and the Venetian school

Wall safe

The safe, built in the 18th century, is a fine example of the security systems of the time. It consists of a chiseled iron front, with a keyhole hidden by a combination device and a key opening also protected by a combination device and a built-in wooden compartment case.

Headboard painting

The oil canvas of unknown origin, which probably represents Saint Lucy the Martyr, was the headboard painting of Countess Eleonora Della Porta, wife of Teodosio Fiorenzi. The countess lived her entire life, from the second half of the 19th century to the early 1940s, in her palace, giving birth to eight children, only one of whom, Lorenzo, had male descendants.

View of Paris

Fine pen touch by Caspar Adriaensz van Wittel, known as Casper. Known in Italy as Gaspare Vanvitelli, or Gaspare degli Occhiali (Amersfoort, 1653 – Rome, 13 September 1736), he was a Dutch, naturalized Italian painter. Francesco Fiorenzi, the last abbot of the abbey of Santa Maria di Castelbaldo owned by the family, who lived in the second half of the 18th century, bequeathed the painting to his nephew Giovanni: “To Count Giovanni Fiorenzi, my beloved nephew, I bequeath all the equipment, all the chairs and tables both in marble and wood, the fireplace with its mirror, all the paintings made in pen with its frames painted in porphyry and adorned with golden carvings and crystals in front, which, large and small, amount to sixty, made by the famous Gaspare Vanvitelli, purchased by me in Rome upon the extinction of the Raggi family and all the books pertaining to me”.

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