Ferdinando Ongania was an antiquarian book seller in Venice and his love of Venice inspired him to record the architecture of his beloved city, but Calli E Canali in Venezia was surely his masterpiece. St. Mark's Museum in Venice had an exhibit in 2011 celebrating Ongania's work.
These beautiful, finely produced original photogravures on creamy, luxurious thick paper reveal a Venice of a bygone era that has been lost forever and are in great shape considering their age. Circa 1890
1 of 11 pages; prefer to sell as set; $175 each or $1400 for all 11. Please see second image for inspiration on how I had them framed for my home.
Measures: 14.5" wide X 21.5" long
Inside Border: 9.5" wide X 15" long
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