30 April 2010
The Master of the Langmatt Foundation Views, Apollonio Domenichini? (active Venice c. 1740-1770)
The Bacino di San Marco, Venice
oil on canvas
18 x 28½ in. (45.7 x 72.3 cm.)
Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 3 November 2000, lot 77 (£35,250 to the present owner).
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The view is possibly taken from the Riva di San Biagio.
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