Large Oil Painting Venetian Island Giudecca Venice Waterfront After Mario Acerbi



2019-03-25 12:38:43

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  • 1 Large Fine Italian Art Oil Painting Venetian Island Of Giudecca Venice Waterfront Gilt Gesso Framed After Mario Acerbi. 
  • Original work of art.  
  • Set in an amazing magnificent gilt gesso frame which fine acanthus decorations.  
  • Subject historical landscape waterfront of the Venetian Venice Island of Giudecca.
  • You can see the wonderful architectural church & buildings also gondalas and tall ships anchored.
  • Its like you can almost touch the water and sky. 
  • Using an almost photorealism style of painting.
  • With extreme accuracy of execution,beautiful controlled quality brushstrokes. 
  • This painting is of exceptional highest quality by a very accomplished great artist.   
  • A statement piece for your home. 
  • It is unsigned by an Italian school artist. 
  • After Mario Acerbi  (1887–1982) who was an Italian master painter. 
  • He attended the municipal school of painting in Pavia from 1900 to 1909 as a pupil of Carlo Sara. Romeo Borgognoni and Giorgio Kienerk, and was awarded the Lauzi Prize in 1907. 
  • Oil on board.   
  • Bought from a private seller in London.  
  • A great investment item. 
  • Circa late century 20th dated 1970s.  
  • Offered in fine used condition. 
  • It is quite heavy 15kg approximate unwrapped weight.
  • With hanging thread brackets on the back ready to display.   
  • International worldwide shipping is available please ask.  
  • Viewings are welcome by appointment only for customer support please send a message thankyou.   
  • Cash on collection is welcome.   
**Dimensions in inches & centimetres of frame approx** 
48" Wide (122cm) 
38" High (97cm)                                                                                        
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