The left two window axis are not a later addition, in fact it's a Palazzo Centanni (already in forms of the Renaisssance) that was later connected with the Palazzo Da Mula. An open stairway seems to have remained in the high ground floor. The complex has preserved rococo decorations. In the 19th century, the prestiguous salon of Annina Morosini was housed in the palace. A small garden is to be found behind the gothic part.
Like the nearby Palazzo Contarini Polignac and the Ca' Dario, Palazzo Da Mula was subject of a painting by Claude Monet (1908).
© 1999-2007 J.-Ch. Rößler
Venice architecture - palaces