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Giovanni Antonio Canal 'Canaletto' Etching of Prato Della, Venice, 1697-1768
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Lovely etching on paper in back ink by Giovanni Antonio Canal (Canaletto). Measurements: 22" x 15" Hand-numbered in pencil at the bottom right with the number 6. Part of a co...
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