Palazzo d'Anna (now Palazzo Martinengo)

First built in the 15th century, the palace on the Grand Canal was occupied by the Talenti family before it passed on to the Flemish D'Anna family. There was a fresco by Pordenone on the exterior facade that is no longer visible.

Marcello Brusegan, I palazzi di Venezia (Roma: Newton & Compton, 2007), p. 343
(accessed July 13, 2016).

Blake de Maria, "The Patron for Pordenone's Frescoes on Palazzo Talenti d'Anna, Venice," Burlington Magazine 146 (August 2004), pp. 548-9.