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In the early sixteenth century, Frezzaria was an area devoted to the production and sale of fine artisanal goods, particularly arrows (frezze – hence). It is placed in San Marco district, very close to La Fenice Theatre. This is the view as you see it from the close bridge, Ponte dei Barcaroli.

Technique used: thin black felt pen drawing colored with watercolors on 200 gr. Rismacqua Favini ivory paper

Materials used:

paper, marker pen, watercolor

Ponte Piscina de Frezzaria in Venice (2016)

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  • Size: 8.27 × 11.69 in (unframed) / 5.91 × 8.27 in (actual image size)
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