Landscape With Fishermen - Bartolomeo PedonSuperb oil on canvas depicting a fishing scene in a landscape with antique Italian, with fishermen and herds, perhaps the Venice area, the first third of the eighteenth century, as evidenced by the characters and outfits the Venetian tower of the table.
This style is between realism and fantasy, both by the scene from the life of the people of the city, and rendered effects of landscape and lighting effects on water, the stage of the work executed seem to pale light of dawn. paint quality that only a master vibrant make brush strokes.
Our painting is in a carved and original gilt wood frame.
Oil on Canvas
Pedon Bartolomeo, Venice 1665 - 1732
Height 83 cm X 114 cm length
Expertise Prof. Ugo Ruggeri Venice
Private Collection, visible in the gallery.
Sergio Schina Expert Old paintings in Florence
Member CINOA - FIMA
Italian art dealers Federation
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