The exhibition "the Most Serene Prince", organized in the Palace of the Doge of Venice and, more specifically, in the renovated spaces of the Doge, is intended to show the viewer the evolution in the history of this symbol.
Through works (paintings, sculptures, medals, coins, manuscripts, symbols of power) from the Museo Correr, the Library and the toilets will be brought to light, this unique world failed in 1797 but carved in the myth forever.
The journey begins with a discussion of the exposure three important paintings of the Lion of St. Mark, Jacobello Flower (1415), Donato Veneziano (1459) and Vittore Carpaccio (1516); which are the hall to the beautiful portraits of the Doges Francesco Foscari, Alvise Mocenigo and Leonardo Loredan respectively Lazzaro Bastiani, Giovanni Bellini and Carpaccio still, through which she shows the elevation of the image of the prince in real iconacittà of Venice. Portrait of Sebastiano Venier Andrea Vicentino closes the series of the Doges that have made Venice with the energy and commitment to the direct use of weapons, which culminated in the Battle of Lepanto.
But the show will also figure large space of Dogaressas as Morosina Morosini Grimani (1595-1605), of which you can admire a portrait attributed to Palma il Giovane and a painting celebration of his coronation.