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    Filippo Pedrocco
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Filippo Pedrocco is an authority on Venetian art and the superintendent of the Museo del Settecento Veneziano in the Ca'Rezzonico. He has collaborated on many important exhibitions, including The Glory of Venice, which traveled to London and Washington, . in 1994, and Giambattista Tiepolo 1696-1996, which traveled to Venice and New York in 1996.

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Zuanne Antonio Canal was born in the Venetian parish of San Lio on 28th October 1697, and began his career as a painter of scenes for the theatre. Be the first to ask a question about Canaletto and the Venetian Vedutisti.

Il Settecento a Venezia: I vedutisti. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9788817866200 (978-88-17-86620-0) Hardcover, Rizzoli, 2001.

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Filippo Pedrocco, Il Settecento a Venezia: i Vedutisti, Rizzoli (Milan, Italy, 2001), pp. 92-93, repr. Renata Fox and John Fox, A Journey into the Levant as It Once Was, Rowanvale Books Ltd (Cardiff, 2019), p. 35, repr. as fig. 9. Exhibition History. Chikashi Kitazaki and Mina Oya, e. Between Reality and Dreams: Nineteenth Century British and French Art from the Winthrop Collection of the Fogg Art Museum, exh. ca. National Museum of Western Art (Ueno, 2002), p. 30, repr.

Filippo Pedrocco: Il Settecento a Venezia. I Vedutisti, Milan 2001, p. 24, illus. attributed to Alessandro Longhi). Filippo Pedrocco dates the present piece to around 1788. In Venice in the 18th century Alessandro Longhi was the leading painter of portraits - a genre for which there was a comparatively small market in the city. It depicts an as yet unidentified young aristocrat in a brown coat and holding a tricorn, and remained erroneously attributed to Alessandro's father Pietro for some time. The piece was painted just a few years prior to the fall of Serenissima to Napoleon and after the Congress of Vienna.

Pedrocco, Il Settecento a Venezia: i vedutisti (Milan: Rizzoli, 2001); On Zuccarelli, see M. Levey, 'Zuccarelli in England Amigoni as Portrait Painter in England', The Burlington Magazine 99 (1957), . 1-3. On Canaletto's life and career, the seminal work still remains J. J. Constable, Canaletto, rev. Provenance: The Ross Collection, USA, Museum of Fine Arts Boston (inv. no. 1. 88). Private ownership, Italy. Lempertz auction 1029, 1. 2014, Cologne, lot 1248. Private collection, Rhineland. Alessandro Longhi - Portrait Of A Gentleman.

The text by Filippo Pedrocco - an expert on Venetian art generally and curator of the city's museum of the eighteenth century at the . All in all an economical and glorious introduction to the Venetian Vedutisti of the eighteenth century.

The text by Filippo Pedrocco - an expert on Venetian art generally and curator of the city's museum of the eighteenth century at the Ca' Rezzonico - is insightful and informative. He supplies a bibliography and there is an index of works shown in the book at the end.