Salizada San Lio Palace



Small 13th century palace placed in Salizada San Lio (

Salizada means “paved,” and these streets are those that used to be the most important in Venice — so, when Venice’s few streets were paved in brick, these streets were the first to be paved with the more expensive, gray paving stones that you now see almost everywhere (

The mullioned window on the right (with chalice-shaped capitals) was perhaps repeated on the left-hand side.The mullioned windows on the second floor, with architrave, are apparently original. The building was probably two houses built in the form of a tower.

Print handmade in my studio in the historic center of Venice, Italy with a vertical press.

The colors used are acrylic (non-toxic color and indelible). The paper is acid-free, chlorine and neutral pH.

Printed on Favini ivory paper 200 gr.

Matrix size: (inches L x A): 6.5 x 6.1
Paper size: A4 (inches L x A): cm. 11.7 x 8.2

Sold unframed

This item is individually made by hand in my studio in Venice – there may be slight variations in color, making this a unique, one-of-a-kind piece of art. The artwork may look slightly different from photos. Small imperfections or irregularities add to the handmade charm, distinguishing this piece from mass-produced prints

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Blue, Green, Grey, Red, Yellow