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01 Paintings of the Canals of Venice by the artists of their time, Antoine Bouvard, with foot notes. #36

Franz Richard Unterberger, 1837 - 1902, AUSTRIAN RIO DEI OGNISSANTI WITH SANTA MARIA DEL ROSARIO, VENICE Oil on canvas 78.5 by 119.5cm., 31 by 47in. Private collection
Painted from the Rio dei Ognissanti looking north west, facing the Ponte Trevisan with the church of Santa Maria del Rosario in the background. More on this painting
The Rio degli Ognissanti is a canal of Venice in the sestiere of Dorsoduro.
Santa Maria del Rosario, is an 18th-century Dominican church in the Sestiere of Dorsoduro, on the Giudecca canal in Venice, northern Italy. The classical style building has a well-lit interior and is exceptional in preserving its original layout and Rococo decoration intact. The church and almost all its sculpture and paintings were created within a thirty-year period: construction began in 1725, the church was consecrated in 1743, and the last sculptural decoration was in place by 1755. More on Santa Maria del Rosario
The Ponte Trevisan was built primarily using Mattoni, Intonaco e Pietra …

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