The Correr Museum in Venice has been a repository of works of art for almost two centuries.
Venetian nobleman Teodoro Correr donated his extensive collection, including this painting, to the city in 1830. In 1922, the collection moved to its present home in the Procuratie Nuove and the Napoleonic wing.
- Adoration of the Cross – Gerolamo Bassano
- Doge Leonardo Loredan – Gentile Bellini
- Drawings – Giovanni Grevembroch
- Drawings from the Gatteri Collection – Giambattista and Giandomenico Tiepolo
- Ecce Homo – Workshop of Titian
- God the Father in Glory – Lorenzo Lotto (attr.)
- Madonna and Child with Infant Saint John the Baptist – Vittore Carpaccio
- Port and Nautical Maps – Unidentified artists
- Portrait of an Architect – Unidentified Venetian painter
- Portrait of Marco Pasqualigo – Domenico Tintoretto
- Saint Girolamo Miani – Leandro Bassano