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Ale Porte del Dolo / A. Canal. f.

Ale Porte del Dolo / A. Canal. f.



Print shows a large boat entering the main canal from a small canal, with many gondolas on the canal, and large buildings in the background.
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On plate in lower right corner: FF1.
Constable, no. 2
Forms part of: Gardiner Greene Hubbard collection (Library of Congress).
Exhibited: "From La Serenissima to the Eternal City : The Grand Tour in 18th Century Venice and Rome" at The Mitchell Gallery, St. John's College, Maryland, Feb. 2010 - May 2010.





Canaletto, 1697-1768, artist


Venice (Italy)45.43861, 12.32667
Google Map of 45.43861111111111, 12.326666666666666


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