A very late work, left unfinished at Bonington’s death. The Piazza San Marco is seen from the west. In the background are the Basilica of San Marco and the Campanile; on the left the Torre dell’Orologio, and on the right the Procuratie Nuove. Bonington spent four weeks in Venice during the course of his tour of northern Italy in April–June 1826.
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The Wallace Collection
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