Bergamo is home to an art collection that's surprisingly rewarding given its size and remote location. Many of the Venetian masters are represented—Mantegna, Bellini, Carpaccio (circa 1460–1525/26), Tiepolo (1727–1804), Francesco Guardi (1712–93), Canaletto (1697–1768)—as well as Botticelli (1445–1510). At the time of this writing, the museum is undergoing remodeling, but a selection of works can be seen at Palazzo della Regione in Piazza Vecchia, Bergamo Alta.
Bergamo Bassa, Piazza Carrara 82, Bergamo, Lombardy, 24100, Italy
Dec 24, 2013
One of Italy’s most important art galleries, it was founded by a scholar and collector named Count Giacomo Carrara (1714-1796). The collection is home to renowned masterpieces of art: works by Sandro Botticelli, Raphael, Titian, Mantegna, Giovanni Bellini, Vincenzo Foppa, Pisanello, and major artists working in Bergamo (Lorenzo Lotto, Giovan Battista Moroni, Fra’ Galgario and Piccio).