Luxury villa in Italy

Villa Palladiana
The billiard room

the billiard room takes its name for the presence of a billiard table. The room is completely frescoed with frescoes by Ginbattista Zelotti
La sala del biliardo dela villa palladiana rigoni savioli

The ancient flavor of beauty and history

Let yourself be carried away by the imagination. Imagine how many famous people have passed through these rooms

Carità

Villa Palladiana affresco la Carità
luxury villa fresco Carità
Good is mightier root Charity

Invidia

Affresco rche rappresenta l'invidia nella villa palladiana Rigoni Savioli
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Hatred and envy of others’ happiness

Prudenza

affresco che rappresenta la prudenza villa palladiana rigoni savioli
didascalia affresco villa palladiana rigoni savioli

Wise man fears and departs from evil

Ignoranza

Villa Palladiana affresco ignoranza
didascalia affresco ignoranza villa palladiana abano terme
Fool, always getting ready to live

This room as the next one is frescoed by Giambattista Zelotti an artist active in the 16th century, of which there are no great documentary testimonies, the first documents that speak of it date back to the mid-16th century when he is a certain Paolo from Verona who later became the most famous Paolo Veronese both are called to decorate Villa Thiene in Quinto Vicentino, Villa Soranza in Treville (c. 1551) and also in Venice, in the Palazzo Ducale (Sala del Consiglio dei Dieci in Palazzo Ducale, 1553/54) and in the Marciana Library (1556/57 ).


The two, while working at the same time, have a different artistic culture.Paolo Veronese affirms himself and is studied in depth while Zelotti from the mid-17th century is considered a pupil of Veronese or in any case a painter influenced by him despite the fact that the two have had the same artistic education having studied both in the workshop of the master Antonio Badile.
They are also cited as skilled artists in drawing

Zelotti’s paintings were closely linked to the ideals of Andrea Palladio. His frescoes are typical examples of illusion painting with the walls divided by architectural elements containing landscapes, mythological, historical scenes and allegorical figures.

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