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Una Venècia imaginària / Una Venecia imaginaria


Catalan , Spanish 27,04 € Buy

Far from the reality, Antonio Canal, "Canaletto", invented Venice: he turned it into a clear, light-filled world, crystallised in the golden aura of the Enlightenment. Canaletto's Venice is none other than the mirage of a city of presumably photographic qualities which seek the exercise of illusion in the spectator. Ultimately, the Venice of Canaletto corresponds to the subjective result, to the vedutista metabolisation of a moment of splendour.

Authors: Annalia Delneri, Dario Succi, André Corboz

Publication year: 2001

Pages: 272

Dimensions: 24 × 24 cm.

Images in B/W and colour: 200

978-84-7794-761-5 (català / castellano)


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