Template:Canaletto - Bucentaur's return to the pier by the Palazzo Ducale - Google Art Project

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Artist
Canaletto (1697–1768) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q182664
Canaletto
Alternative names Birth name: Giovanni Antonio Canal Pseudonym: Il Canaletto
Description

Italian painter, draughtsman and etcher

Date of birth/death 10 April 1768
Location of birth/death Venice Venice
Work period from until
Work location Venice (1716–1719), Rome (1719), Vienna, Dresden, Venice (1720–1746), London (circa 1746–1756), Venice (circa 1756–1768)
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Details of artist on Google Art Project
Title Bucentaur's return to the pier by the Palazzo Ducale
Object type Painting
Date (1727 - 1729)
Dimensions Height: 1,820 mm (71.65 in). Width: 2,590 mm (101.97 in).
Pushkin Museum Link back to Institution infobox template
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Native name Russian: Музей изобразительных искусств им. А.С. Пушкина
Location Moscow
Coordinates 55° 44′ 50″ N, 37° 36′ 18″ E Link to OpenStreetMap  Link to Google Maps
Established
Website www.museum.ru
Accession number Inv.:2678
Object history
English: Acquired for the State Hermitage between 1766 and 1768; in the Pushkin Museum since 1930.
Notes More info at museum site
Source/Photographer mwEV7sO9uSFCpw at Google Cultural Institute, zoom level scaled down from second highest
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