The Gallerie dell’Accademia displays several examples of Flemish and Dutch painting from the seventeenth century in gallery 3 on the first floor, which is dedicated to the seventeenth century. Several Flemish and Dutch examples of still lifes and landscape painting can be found on the “picture gallery’s” walls, which imitate the layout and composition of a seventeenth-century Venetian collection. On display here are a landscape by Marten Rijckaert (View of the Temple of the Sibyl at Tivoli), one by Nicolaes Berchem (Landscape with Peasants and Cattle) and a still life by Nicolaes van Verendael (Vanitas). Last but not least are the works by Jheronimus Bosch (Saint Liberata Triptych, Visions of the Hereafter and Hermit Saints Triptych) in gallery 7 on the second floor.
Michele Nicolaci, Curator (April 2022)