Visit the Gallery of Plaster Casts to get to know the figure of the great artist, his works and the method of work. The gallery houses the plasters that Canova used as a model for his marble sculptures. Under the wide barrel vault there is a succession of shapes from the most famous works, for a vision of great beauty visit the apse in which there is a magnificent model of Hercules and Lica.
The Scarpa wing designed by the famous Venetian architect, Carlo Scarpa, in 1957, is particularly appreciated by the tourists. It holds a collection of terracotta drafts belonging to Canova and his "first" works, which are admired by his critics and audience.
The house of Canova can also be seen at Possagno, in which there is an exhibition of his collections: paintings, etchings, drawings, marble statutes as well as some of the artist's tools and clothes.