Ponte Ruga Bella


Ponte Ruga Bella o del Forner is one of the bridges crossing the San Zan Degolà Canal, in the Santa Croce district in Venice. This bridge connects two wonderful venetian “campi” (squares), Campo San Giacomo dell’Orio and Campo Nazario Sauro.

The name of the “rio” (canal) is San Zan Degolà: in venetian, it is the name of St. John the Baptist (San Zan=St. John; degolà=beheaded).

This is the view of the bridge as you see it from the facing bridge Ponte Ruga Vecchia (if you want, I’ve talked about this bridge here

Technique used: thin black felt pen drawing colored with watercolors.

Paper size: A4 (11.7 x 8.2 inches)
Image size: 4.7 x 6.9 inches

If you like this watercolor and you want to order a new one like this, I can paint it again. There may be slight variations in color, making this a unique, one-of-a-kind piece of art. Please contact me if you wish to have this watercolor, thank you.