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N ° 1 / Venetian School Of XVIII Century, De Francesco Tironi Workshop (c.1745-1797)
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"N ° 1 / Venetian School Of XVIII Century, De Francesco Tironi Workshop (c.1745-1797)"
The Church of the Redeemer (Chiesa del Redentore) on the island of Giudecca, designed and begun in 1577 by architect Andrea Palladio (died in 1580), completed by Antonio da Ponte in 1592. Dimensions: 110 x 87 cm the views of Venice, Grand Tour in Italy and Veduti in the eighteenth century, when it was very difficult to move, young English travelers were doing the Grand Tour, "it was an educational trip." They were crossing France, Switzerland. They went to Rome, Venice, Florence, Naples, Sicily. They were attracted by the ancient arts and wanted to visit Pompeii and Herculaneum, which had just been discovered. These trips took place according to the calendar of festivals held in cities .... for example the Redeemer Festival in Venice, the Palio of Siena ... that still exist. They were also fascinated by Veduti, detailed paintings representing landscapes, festivals, ceremonies, the ruins of ancient temples, but also real buildings combined with fancy buildings. This kind of tourism led to the manufacture and sale of paintings of views of cities, veduti. They would collect the veduti places they had visited to preserve memories of their travels. Can do for each other to Venice I am selling
Price : 8800 €
Artist : Francesco Tironi
Period:18th century
Style:Louis 14th, Regency
Condition : Parfait état

Material : Huile sur toile
Width : 110
Height : 87

Reference : 216304
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