Antonio-Canal-Canaletto-The-Terrace-Etching

Candlewood Yankee Fine Arts Acquires Antonio Canaletto The Terrace

Candlewood Yankee Acquires A Rare-Antonio-Canal-Canaletto image of The-Terrace , Etched work circa 1750 , from the rare suite of “Vedute ” or ” Views Of Venice ” Canaletto’s prints have always been extremely popular in England tour and often brought back to England by the educated and cultured travelers . In both oils and print making these were small amount of etched works , totaling 31 works .

Other impressions of this are in the Print Collection of Met. Museum of Art Print Collection , The Art Institute of Chicago , British Museum and other private collections .

This work can be viewed at ;

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Rare-Antonio-Canal-Canaletto-The-Terrace-Etching-/171064903611?pt=Art_Prints&hash=item27d44347bb

This is a great opportunity for a Collector or Public Museum to acquire a great work for Antonio Canaletto image of the Vedute suite of etched works .

Giovanni Antonio Canal (17 or 18 October 1697 — 19 April 1768) better known as Canaletto, was an I Italian painter of landscapes, or vedute — Views, of Venice. He was also an important etcher-print maker.
He was born in Venice as the son of the painter Bernardo Canal, hence his mononym Canaletto(“little Canal”), and Artemisia Barbieri.. Canaletto served his apprenticeship with his father and his brother. He began in his father’s occupation, that of a theatrical scene painter. Canaletto was inspired by the Roman vedutista G. P . Pannini, and started painting the daily life of the city and its people.
After returning from Rome in 1719, he began painting in his topographical style. His first known signed and dated work is Architectural Capriccio (1723, Milan, in a private collection). Studying with the older Lica Carlevariji , a moderately-talented painter of urban city scenes , rapidly became his master’s equal.
In 1725, the painter Alessandro Marchesini, who was also the buyer for the art collector-patron Steffano Conti had inquired about buying two more ‘views of Venice’, when the agent informed him to consider instead the work of “Antonio Canale… it is like Carlevaris, but you can see the sun shining in it.

James Stow & Antony Yau
Candlewood Yankee Fine Arts

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