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Alnwick Castle at Northumberland, 1752 London- Westminster Abbey with a Procession of the Knights of the Bath, 1749 Warwick Castle- The East Front, 1748-49 Capriccio- The Horses of San Marco in the Piazzetta, 1743 Piazza San Marco- Looking Southeast, 1735-40 Venice: The Feast Day of St. Roch (The Doge Visiting the Church and the Scuola di San Rocco), 1735
The Basin of San Marco on Ascension Day, 1732 Riva degli Schiavoni- Looking East, 1730 Piazza San Marco- Looking North, 1729 The Stonemason's Yard, 1728 The Piazzetta- Looking South, 1727 San Giacomo di Rialto, 1725-30

Canaletto (1697-1768)

The above engraving of Antonio Canal by Antonio Visentini after G.B. Piazetta, before 1735.
Special thanks to the Microsoft Corporation for permission to use following biographical information from Microsoft® Encarta '97:
Canaletto, real name Giovanni Antonio Canal, was an Italian painter known for his sparkling views of Venice. He was born in Venice on October 28, 1697, and died there on April 19, 1768. Canaletto received instruction in painting and perspective from his father, a scene designer in the high baroque tradition. He took as his specialty the relatively new and rare form of painting, the city view (veduta). His principal patrons were English aristocrats on the Grand Tour, for whom his scenes were souvenirs of the sights of Venice뾲he Grand Canal, the basin of Saint Mark's, plus innumerable scenes of regattas and water festivals, such as the annual celebration of the Marriage of Venice to the Sea.