The Palazzo Fortuny is an art museum in San Marco, Venice, Italy.
Me in the art, an entire mirrored room.
Once owned by the Pesaro family, this Gothic building in Campo San Beneto, near the church of the same name, was transformed by Mariano Fortuny into his own photography, stage-design, textile-design and painting atelier. For a time, the palace was known as the Palazzo Orfei after an 18th-century tenant, a musical society known as the Accademia d'Orfeo. The building maintains the structure created by Fortuny, as well as its collections. The building was donated to the city in 1956 by Henriette Nigrin, Mariano’s widow. The collections within the museum comprise an extensive number of pieces which reflect the various fields investigated by the artist.
Driving from Venice to Bologna we stopped for lunch in Revenna.
Ravioli with spinach and fresh tomato sauce
Yes there are Porchini's in there
We loved this restaurant and everyone in it.
Always local wine.
Heading to Cipriani for lunch.
So many amazing walks and sights.
This is beautiful.
But this one, was like a bad dream
First dinner, we get in a boat, get out at the destination, but have to find our way winding through dark narrow alley's. Wondering if we'll find our wY back.
Restaurant Osteria Da Fiore
Understated and elegant, a modern take on traditional Venetian cuisine. Reservations recommended.
Amazing sweet shrimp on toast.
First meal in Venice, on the rooftop of Hotel Danieli, joined by our friend Sandra.