The St. Mark’s Square Venice Fine Art is 8 1/2 X 11 inches, a giclee finished on museum quality, archival Epson paper. All prints finished exclusively by Deborah Julian in her workshop and signed on the white border beneath the image or on the reverse.
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“When I walk through Venice, it’s like being a time traveler. Hauling a camera doesn’t make it less of a dream.”
Sink back in the gentle image of St. Mark’s Square as light recedes along with the crowds, the cameras and even the pigeons. This is Venice’s central square as it was a few hundred years ago, before Vivaldi and Mozart walked the streets or Marco Polo sat in jail, inventing stories of trips to China.
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“St. Mark’s Square, Venice, Italy, is a fine art print created from my street photography. It was a chilly spring evening as you can see from the jackets.
A passing rain cooled it off some more but left the freshest light settling on the Adriatic and lagoon. Like so many times before, there was the invigorating sense that very little had changed in five-hundred years. Vivaldi, de Ponte or Mozart, as a child prodigy, strolling with his father, probably saw the square a lot like this.”
Exploring the Magic of St. Mark’s Square in Venice, Italy
Blog Introduction: Have you ever been to a place that was so beautiful and breathtaking you felt like you were dreaming? That is the feeling one gets when stepping into St. Mark’s Square in Venice, Italy. This incredible square is the heart of Venice and has been for centuries. It’s filled with stunning architecture, endless history, and picturesque surroundings. Let’s explore why this magnificent space is a must-see for anyone visiting this beautiful city.
St. Mark’s Square is home to some of the most impressive Renaissance-era structures in all of Europe. The two main buildings are the Doge Palace (Palazzo Ducale) and St. Mark’s Basilica (Basilica di San Marco). The palace was once home to the Doge—the elected leader of Venice—and today it houses various government offices as well as the Museo Correr Museum. The basilica, on the other hand, is Venetian byzantine-style church with an ornate interior adorned with gold mosaics and marble statues that tell stories from Christian mythology.
St. Mark’s Square dates back to at least 828 AD when it was used as a meeting place for Venetian merchants and politicians who ruled over the Republic of Venice until 1797 when Napoleon abolished it. Over the centuries, many famous figures have visited St. Mark’s Square including monarchs such as Queen Elizabeth I, poets like Lord Byron, philosophers such as Immanuel Kant, and scientists like Galileo Galilei who gave lectures there in 1609 about his discoveries from his newly invented telescope!
One cannot forget about St Mark’s grand setting which adds to its majestic atmosphere – no matter what time of year you visit! In addition to its iconic buildings, St Marks also contains three smaller churches; San Zaccaria Church (Chiesa de San Zaccaria), Santa Maria Formosa Church (Chiesa di Santa Maria Formosa), and San Moisè Church (Chiesa di San Moisè). You will also find several open-air cafes located along the perimeter of the square where one can sit outside while enjoying a cup of coffee or gelato while admiring their surroundings! Finally, visitors should make sure they visit during sunset or nighttime to experience firsthand how this space transforms itself under different lighting conditions – truly magical!
St Mark’s Square is a true gem in Venice – not just because it houses some of Europe’s most impressive Renaissance-era architecture but also because it has been witness to centuries worth of history dating back to 828 AD when it was first used as meeting point for merchants and politicians alike! But even more than that – its surrounding area provides an idyllic backdrop for both day-time exploration or night-time wonderment! If you find yourself in Venice then be sure to check out this amazing space – trust us when we say you won’t regret it!