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Johan Richter, auch Giovanni Richter , 1665 Stockholm – 1745 Venedig, zug.
Detailabbildung: Johan Richter, auch Giovanni Richter , 1665 Stockholm – 1745 Venedig, zug.
Detailabbildung: Johan Richter, auch Giovanni Richter , 1665 Stockholm – 1745 Venedig, zug.
Detailabbildung: Johan Richter, auch Giovanni Richter , 1665 Stockholm – 1745 Venedig, zug.
Detailabbildung: Johan Richter, auch Giovanni Richter , 1665 Stockholm – 1745 Venedig, zug.
Detailabbildung: Johan Richter, auch Giovanni Richter , 1665 Stockholm – 1745 Venedig, zug.

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Johan Richter,
auch "Giovanni Richter",
1665 Stockholm – 1745 Venedig, zug.

VENEDIGANSICHT Öl auf Leinwand. Doubliert.
78 x 109,5 cm.
Mit graviertem Namensschild auf dem Rahmen.

Catalogue price € 30.000 - 50.000 Catalogue price€ 30.000 - 50.000  $ 33,600 - 56,000
£ 27,000 - 45,000
元 238,800 - 398,000
₽ 2,388,600 - 3,981,000

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Further information on this artwork

Blick von der Lagune auf die Kirche San Giorgio mit Fassade, Kuppel und Campanile sowie rechts weitergeführten Gebäuden. Im Vordergrund, auf ruhigem Wasser, in dem sich die Gebäude spiegeln, etliche Gondeln sowie ein Segelschiff mit Figurenstaffage.

Ab 1710 in Venedig tätig, Schüler des Luca Carlevaris (1663/65-1729/31). 
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Johan Richter,
also known as “Giovanni Richter”,
1665 Stockholm - 1745 Venice, attributed
VISTA OF VENICE Oil on canvas. Relined.
78 x 109.5 cm.
Plaque engraved with artist’s name on frame.

View of the lagoon with the façade and cupola of San Giorgio with Campanile and further buildings on the right. Calm water in the foreground reflecting the architecture with countless gondolas, a sailing boat and figure staffage.
 
Active in Venice since 1710, student of Luca Carlevaris (1663/65-1729/31).

This object has been individually compared to the information in the Art Loss Register data bank and is not registered there as stolen or missing.

 

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