Calli E Canali in Venezia, Venice Views by Ferndinand Ongania, 1891

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"Ca di Dio" Canal
ONG37 $195
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Column in the piazzetta S. Mark
ONG21 $195
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Church of S. Jeremiah, Labia Palace on the Grand Canal
ONG52 $195
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The Greeks' Canal, from the Pieta Bridge
ONG68 $195
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Our Lady of the Garden Church
ONG26 $145
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Bell-Tower of S. Salvatore's Church
ONG92 $175
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S. Toma's Canal and Ferry, and the Centani Palace
ONG75 $185
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The Grimani Canal, at S. Luca's
ONG94 $185
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Rialto Bridge on the Grand Canal
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Canal near S. Felice
ONG84 $175
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Antonino Canal, Pieta Bridge
ONG42 $185
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S. Mark's Piazzetta as seen from the summit of the Lion's Column
ONG79 $225
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Ariani Palace, Archangel Raphael's Canal
ONG24 $145
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S. Trovaso Canal, Contarini Palace
ONG10 $185
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Corner Spinelli Palace, Grand Canal
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Grimani Palace, Grand Canal
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Tintoretto's house
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Abbey Embankment
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Ferdinand Ongania Streets and Canals in Venice 1891

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It is with great pleasure that we present these hauntingly beautiful original photogravures of a bygone era in Venice, from the first and only Italian edition of Calli E Canali in Venezia. Ferdinando Ongania was an antiquarian book seller, with a shop in St. Mark's Square, Venice. 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. It captures a more serene time in the nineteenth century before the annual invasion of 15 million tourists that the city now experiences. The luminous photogravures, in subtle black and sepia tones, portray an idyllic world of palazzos, canals, and bridges where scenes of enchanting beauty were part of everyday life.

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