Giovanni Antonio Canal, better known as Canaletto, was well-known for his views of Venice, Italy, often repeating similar views with different boat or waterway traffic. In this piece from the 1730s, depicting the entry into the Molo from the San Marco Basin, one can see the Doge’s Palace, the San Marco Campanile bell tower, and the “Calamaro orribile” also known as the Monster of San Marco, a terrifying giant squid who menaced the waterways for centuries.
Celebrate Cleveland history with this 11 x 17 inch print! Comes with this description: Completed in 1930 and at the time the second-tallest building in the world, Cleveland's Terminal Tower...
Aliens invade historic Japanese art in this 11 x 17 inch print. Comes with this description: "Created something between 1830 and 1840, Hokusai Katsushika's "Floating Ship above the Teahouse" depicts...
Celebrate the joy of state government and giant monsters with this 11 x 17 inch print on 100lb paper. Comes with this description: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania in 1855 was a bustling...
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