This print was inspired by the unique architecture of Venice, which was influenced by Byzantine and Moorish styles in the 14th century. Dream of gliding down the Venetian canals in a gondola? This print is the next best thing!
The Grand Canal in Venice is famous for its many examples of Venetian Gothic architecture. This style originated in the 14th century in Venice, and combines both Byzantine and Moorish architectural influences with the traditional Gothic lancet arch to produce a unique look. Well-known examples of the Venetian Gothic style include the Doge’s Palace and Ca’ d’Oro.
Original Linocuts are hand carved and hand-printed on Strathmore acid-free heavyweight paper.
Size: 4×6 in. artwork printed on 8×10 in. paper
Due to the handmade nature of this product, slight variations may occur.