Guardi Francesco. Landscape. Art print on canvas
Guardi Francesco. Landscape. Art print on canvas

Guardi Francesco. Landscape. Art print on canvas

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Author Francesco Guardi (1712 -1793)
Media of Original Painting Oil on canvas
Museum of original From collection of the Hermitage museum
Genres Landscapes
Countries The Italyan Art
Epochs Art of the 18th centuries
Date of Origin 1780
Size of original, cm 120x156
Guardi, an Italian painter, became famous not only in Venetia, but all over the Europe as vedutist Ц the master of 18th century in depicting urbane scenes. With the help of transparent light he imparted a special poetic spirit to topographic views. GuardiТs mastery is huge (more than one thousand pictures). The biggest European and American museums possess his landscapes.

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Guardi Francesco. Landscape. Fine art print A2
Guardi Francesco. Landscape. Fine art postcard A6
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