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“For an urban society, a small fertile island can be a paradise. For a suburban society, no land and no continent is big enough to still its greed, to soothe its misery. The city always defines its limits, it distinguishes urban space from rural land.” — Léon Krier

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Dolo, on the Brenta, Giovanni Antonio Canal, il Canaletto

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Giovanni Antonio Canal, called Canaletto (Venice, 1697 - 1768), Venice, the Campo San Zaccaria; Venice, the Campo Santa Maria Formosa (a pair), both oil on canvas, each 47 x 77.7 cm. (18.5 x 30.625 in.)

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Giovanni Antonio Canal, called Canaletto (Venice 1697 - 1768), The coronation of the dodge on the Scala dei Giganti. Pen and brown ink and three shades of grey wash, heightened with touches of white over black chalk, within original brown ink framing lines, 389 by 554 mm.

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Canaletto I (Giovanni Antonio Canal) (1697–1768), an Italian painter. Part 2. The images are not mine. All credits belong to their authors. Die Bilder stammen nicht von mir. Alle Rechte liegen bei den jeweiligen Autoren.

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Giovanni Antonio Canal, Canaletto, el maestro del arte veneciano.

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Palazzo Vendramin-Calergi, on the Grand Canal, Venice, Giovanni Antonio Canal, il Canaletto

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Giovanni Antonio Canal (Canaletto) [Italian. 1697-1768] Return of ‘Il Bucintoro’ on Ascension Day c.1745-1750 ___ The scene illustrates the atmosphere that filled the San Marco dock on Ascension Day, at the celebrations of Venice’s victory over Dalmatian pirates in 998. In memory of the event, the Republic dressed in all its finery to celebrate its 'Marriage of the Adriatic’. To symbo...

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