One of several photographs illustrating Moise H. Goldstein's article, "Some Notes on Italy." Architectural Art and Its Allies attributes the building to the architects Longhena and Massari. Actually, Longhena began the building in the 17th century and Massari completed construction more than 100 years later. This grand palazzo, which once belonged to Robert Browning, is now a museum displaying a fine collection of Venetian art.
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