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View Of Piazza San Marco Looking Eastwards Towards The Basilica And The Campanile, Venice

by (after) Francesco Guardi

View Of Piazza San Marco Looking Eastwards Towards The Basilica And The Campanile, Venice - (after) Francesco Guardi
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View Of Piazza San Marco Looking Eastwards Towards The Basilica And The Campanile, Venice - (after) Francesco Guardi

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English: "View Of Piazza San Marco Looking Eastwards Towards The Basilica And The Campanile, Venice" oil on Canvas.
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(after) Francesco Guardi

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