Alma in Wiener Neustadt (2015)
   Alma in Wiener Neustadt (2014)
   Alma in Prague (2011)
   Alma in Vienna (2010)
   Alma in Jerusalem (2009)
   Alma in Vienna (2009)
   Alma in Vienna (2008)
   Alma on Semmering (2007)
   Alma in Berlin (2006)
   Alma in Petronell (2005)
   Alma in Los Angeles (2004)
   Alma in Lisbon (2003)
   Alma in Venice (2002)
   Alma in Vienna (1996-2001)

Location - Panorama
   Locations 1996-2015
   2014-2015 Wiener Neustadt
   2013 Vienna
   2011 Prague
   2009 Jerusalem
   2008-2012 Vienna
   2007 Semmering
   2006 Berlin
   2005 Petronell
   2004 Los Angeles
   2003 Lisbon
   2002 Venice
   1996-2001 Purkersdorf

   Martinický Palác (Prague)
   The Russian Compound (Jerusalem)
   k.k. Post- und Telegrafenamt (Vienna)
   Kurhaus Semmering (Semmering)
   Crown Prince's Palace (Berlin)
   Castle Petronell (Petronell)
   Los Angeles Theatre (Los Angeles)
   Convento dos Inglesinhos (Lisbon)
   Palazzo Zenobio (Venice)
   Sanatorium Purkersdorf (Vienna)

Palazzo Zenobio
Fondamenta del Soccorso (Carmini Church)
Dorsoduro 2596, 30123 Venezia

The Ca'Zenobio is a monumental building, built in late 17th and beginning of 18th century, for the Venetian noble family of Zenobio by Antonio Gaspari. Since 1850, the Palace belongs to the Armenian Mekhitarist Fathers of Venice. In the facade's rather monotonous development, it actually conceals a complex plan, in the shape of an large "C" which opens in the rear toward a handsome Italian garden.

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Before the entrance to the Hall of Mirrors you find the Hall of the «Stucco». On the walls, there are three precious paintings of Luca Carlevarijs, a predecessor of the Venetian 17’s view painters. The ceiling's frescos are some representation of Lazzarini’s allegories. All these frescos are framed by 17’s fine «stucco», along with the marble made door arches.

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The main hall of the Zenobio Palace, is named Tiepolian after the frescos and the complex decoration, to which collaborated the young G. B. Tiepolo. A hall full of light, a subtle example of Venetian art and life in the 17 century: «Every element contributes to create this sumptuous style of the, ambience, the stuccos and the frescos, along with the bronze decoration and the mirrors».

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