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The Entrance to the Grand Canal Venice 1730 by Canaletto The Entrance to the Grand Canal, Venice, is an c. 1730 oil painting on canvas by the Venetian painter Canaletto. It is a Rococo landscape painting measuring 49.6 by 73.6 centimeters (19.5 in × 29.0 in) currently held as part of the Robert Lee Blaffer Memorial Collection in the Audrey Jones Beck Building at the Museum of Fine Arts... click the image to read more and see more art by the Old Masters.

St. George Baptizing the Selenites (1507) By Vittore Carpaccio; c. 1465 – 1525/1526), a Venetian painter of the Venetian school

By Costanza Beltrami Venetian painter and draughtsman Giovanni Battista Piazzetta died on 29 April 1754. Son of sculptor Giacomo Piazzetta, Giovanni trained with the undistinguished painter Silvestro...

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Giovanni Antonio Canal better known as Canaletto, was a Venetian painter famous for his landscapes, or vedute, of Venice

The Venetian painter created this piece of art in 1585, and it is part of the Suida – Manning Collection.