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Antonio Visentini (Venice 1688- Venice 1782)

Plan and elevation of the Redentore c.1740-60

Pen and ink and wash | 52.1 x 37.0 cm | RCIN 919301

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Antonio Visentini was regularly employed by Smith and the Pasquali press as a draughtsman. He made many drawings of buildings by Palladio to be circulated among those interested in the revival of his work. This particular sheet, showing the façade of Palladio’s church of the Redentore in Venice, was damaged by a candle flame at an early stage in its history.
  • Creator(s)

    Antonio Visentini (Venice 1688- Venice 1782) (artist)

  • 52.1 x 37.0 cm (sheet of paper)

  • Joseph Smith; acquired by George III in 1762

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        • Italy
          • Veneto [Italy]
            • Venice [Veneto]
              • Giudecca [Venice]
                • Chiesa del Santissimo Redentore [Venice]