Among the collections of the Museum of Medieval and Modern Art, the collection of paintings certainly occupies an important place. There are over 3,000 works, from religious and civic institutions and private donations, with paintings by Giorgione and Titian and a broad overview of Veneto painting from the 14th to the 18th century. The paintings, displayed in the Pinacoteca and arranged in chronological order, belong to the most significant artists in the history of Italian art. Paduan art of the 15th century is represented by the epigraphic-archaeological humanism of Francesco Squarcione and his workshop, where the young Andrea Mantegna worked, and by the panels painted by Jacopo Bellini and Lorenzo Costa. Also on display are sculptures from the Middle Ages to Antonio Canova and bronzes by artists such as Andrea Briosco known as Riccio and Tiziano Aspetti.