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Venice painting

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Antonietta Branseis - A Bridge over a Venetian Canal | Antonietta Branseis (Miscocon, 1848 - Florence, 1926) was a nineteenth-century landscape, genre and portrait painter, as well as a painter of religious subjects for altarpieces. In 1876 and 1877 she exhibited three landscapes of Venice at the Promotrice Veneta, which sold to foreign collectors. In November of 1877 Brandeis showed the large painting Palazzo Cavalli a Venezia at the exhibition of the Hungarian Fine A

Antonietta Branseis (Miscocon, 1848 - Florence, 1926) was a nineteenth-century landscape, genre and portrait painter, as well as a painter of religious subjects for altarpieces. In 1876 and 1877 she exhibited three landscapes of Venice at the Promotrice Veneta, which sold to foreign collectors. In November of 1877 Brandeis showed the large painting Palazzo Cavalli a Venezia at the exhibition of the Hungarian Fine Arts Society in Budapest. In both Florence and Budapest, Brandeis showed her…

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Grateful modern landscape project. Get more curated minimalist artworks diy ideas on our Instagram, @arthunter.me.

Grateful modern landscape project. Get more curated minimalist artworks diy ideas on our Instagram, @arthunter.me.

Lone Cypress Sunset – Mikki Senkarik

One of our favorite places is Carmel and the Big Sur coast of California. We were so lucky to be able to live there several years ago. Come join me, let’s run away to the ocean! To go directl…

to add some character to your wall than with some Extremely Beautiful Pastel Watercolor Paintings. Take a look and find out for yourself!

When you got the current paint on the wall of your room, you were super excited! I can totally get it, because I too got a new painting just recently. But today, I was just staring at the walls and wondered what made it so dull? To be frank, ‘time’ is the answer.