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Art exhibition in Padua: the Venetian city by Flemish artists

A new art exhibition in Padua is opening, putting on display the artworks owned by the Banca Antonveneta, as part of the bank’s private collection acquired over years of purchases.
The exhibition runs from September 12th to November 4th.
The artworks are based on a homage to the city of Padua, with a mix of subjects including landscape paintings, potraits, depictions of famous people and cityscapes.

The exhibition includes works from Flemish painters such as Pauwels Franck and Adriaen van Utrech.
For more details on the exhibition, see the Banca Antonveneta site.

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