In Italy appears Giorgione Museum
In the North of Italy on 9 may 2009 will open a Museum of the famous Renaissance artist Giorgione (1477 - 1510). It will be located in your own home painter in the town of Castelfranco Veneto, near Venice.In the new Museum, according to the Agency ANSA, will have two of master's work: his famous "Madonna of Castelfranco and the picturesque frieze depicting the arts.Giorgione never signed their work, and only six of them belong to him entirely accurate, including the "Madonna of Castelfranco". Among his most famous works are usually called "Sleeping Venus" (now in Dresden), "Judith" (in the Hermitage), "Storm" (in the Accademia Gallery in Venice).The artist studied in Venice with Giovanni Bellini and became a recognized master at the age of 20 years. His pupils were Titian and Sebastiano del Piombo. Source: Italy appears Giorgione Museum.