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PALAZZO GIACOMELLI, Piazza Garibaldi, 13 - Treviso
 
Palazzo Giacomelli, once Palazzo Dolfin and then Calzavara from the names of previous owners, was built at the end of 17th century and it was completed only in the first years of the next century.
   

It is located near the river Sile, not very far from the old place known as "Il Portello", which is one of the fullest of charm in Treviso and where the boats, transiting through the river, berthed once.

This Palace was planned by the Trevisan architect Andrea Pagnossin who was very working in this province (there are the Chiesa di Santi Quaranta - Church of St. Forty Saints today called "Sant’Agnese" and the fašade of Palazzo Onigo among his works in Treviso); this magnificent building has an austere fašade which give a feeling of harmony and of stateliness to bystander.

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Palazzo Giacomelli - 1846
Antonio Nani’s engraving.
(Biblioteca Comunale di Treviso)
   
Four pillars, supporting a tympan, are visible on the upper floor of the main fašade externally; these four elements and the wide middle round window make the facade look slimmer.
   
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The architect Andrea Pagnossin could give that feeling of splendour to Palazzo Giacomelli interiors by some architectonic elements as the flight of steps and as the wide hall.

The wide hall at the first floor, called "Sala delle Feste" today, was built to hold the receptions and parties probably.

Its shell with the gallery at the upper floor is similar to Palazzo Spineda.

 
The ceiling of the hall is split up three sections, which are bounded by a frame ornamented with oak leaves, it is frescoed by portrayals of banquets, dances and music.
   
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On the left: Consesso di Dee - The ceiling of "Sala delle Feste" frescoed by Luigi Dorigny


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Those frescoes are ascribed to the painter Luigi Dorigny by the historian Lorenzo Crico.
   
photos frescoes lorenzo crico treviso On the left and on the right: Frescoes placed on ceiling of Sala delle Feste


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