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Saint Mark's Basilica, Venice, In Painting

Saint Mark's Basilica is the cathedral church of Venice, one of the best known examples of Byzantine architecture. It is adjacent and connected to the Doge's Palace. From the 11th century the building was known as Church of Gold for its opulent design, gilded Byzantine mosaics, and its status as a symbol of Venetian wealth and power.
The Doge's Palace, Venice, in Painting
Piazza San Marco, Venice, in Painting

Carlo Grubacs. Basilica San Marco. PaintingCarlo Grubacs. Basilica San Marco, 1849

Romolo Tessari, Piazza San Marco, Venice. Oil PaintingRomolo Tessari, Piazza San Marco, Venice

Canaletto. Piazza San Marco.Canaletto. Piazza San Marco Looking South East

Canaletto. The Interior of San Marco BasillicaCanaletto. The Interior

Carlo Grubacs. The Interior of San Marco BasillicaCarlo Grubacs, Basilica San Marco, 1845

Grigory and Nikanor Chernetsov. The Interior of San Marco CathedralGrigory and Nikanor Chernetsov. The Interior of San Marco Cathedral, 1846

1 comment:

  1. The painting of Piazza San Marco looking southeast. I found a large oil painting in our old house that was that exact painting. Signed what looks like C Maria Lak but cant tell. Its in very good shape. Anyone know what I stumbled upon please let me know. lilmurph70@yahoo.com Thanks


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