Galleria civica d'arte medievale moderna e contemporanea di Vittorio Veneto
The Gallery of medieval, modern and contemporary art "Vittorio Emanuele II", located in the elegant Villa Croze (created at the beginning of the 20th century and designed by the architect Carlo Costantini), houses the collection Maria Fioretti Paludetti, collected and then donated to his hometown by Giovanni Paludetti (1912-2002). The core collection, which consists of works by Veneto’s artists of early 20th century, had expanded over time to include examples of previous centuries, so as to cover a total time span ranging from the 14th to the 20th century. Among the many artists represented, it includes: Pietro Pajetta and Luigi Serena, Alessandro Pomi and Pino Casarini, Pio Semeghini, Carlo Dalla Zorza, Marco Novati, Neno Mori, Eugenio da Venezia, Fioravante Seibezzi, Juti Ravenna, Natalino Scarpa Bentivoglio ”Cagnaccio di San Pietro“, Virgilio Guidi, Filippo De Pisis, Bruno Saetti, Giuseppe Cesetti, Felice Carena, Armando Pizzinato, Guido Farina, Nino Springolo, Nando Coletti, Armando Tonello, Aldo Rosolen, Delfino Varnier "Peo", Gina Roma, Luigi Cillo... Among all these, the author of which there’re the largest number of works is Guido Cadorin, particularly dear to Prof. Paludetti, which collection inevitably reflects the taste, culture and personal experience.