Small 13th century palace placed in Salizada San Lio, a street in Venice.
Salizada means “paved,” and these streets are those that used to be the most important in Venice — so, when Venice’s few streets were paved in brick, these streets were the first to be paved with the more expensive, gray paving stones that you now see almost everywhere.
The mullioned window on the right (with chalice-shaped capitals) was perhaps repeated on the left-hand side.The mullioned windows on the second floor, with architrave, are apparently original. The building was probably two houses built in the form of a tower.
Print handmade in my workshop in the historic center of Venice, Italy with a small vertical press. All prints are signed and initialed P.d.A.
The colors used are acrylic (non-toxic color and indelible). The paper is acid-free, chlorine and neutral pH.
Printed on Favini ivory paper 200 gr.