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Tenderini Bookmarks of Venice (Pack of 10)

Nicola Tenderini

Packed and fastened with organza ribbon in an elegant holding case, they report author's biography on back cover. They represent 10 different watercolours Venetian views on ivory sheets. Descriprion from left: Palazzo Pisani Moretta, Canal Grande, Ponte di Rialto, Sandolo close to San Stae, Rio Toletta, Portale sul Canale, Ponte dei Sospiri, S.Giorgio, Ponte Moro Cannaregio, Canale De Ponte dei Sospiri, Chiesa della Salute. Diam 210 x 60 mm Note: The 10 bookmarks can not be sold separately. 
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Nicola Tenderini was born in 1965 in Venice. His education begins with Artistic Lycee in Venice, where he has followed the course of Architecture. He cultivates a true passion that leads him to enter Accademia di Belle Arti di Venezia. Since 1998 he has opened his Atelier: in the ground floor he proposes waterocolour artistic reproductions; he has his studio at the second floor, with a magnificent view on Rialto area. In the afternoon he preferably works en plein air around Venice. His favorite subjects are architecture, Venetian atmospheres, doors worn out by water on the canal; he constantly looks for particular wall shadings and foreshortenings, shadows that cut and shape capitals and three-light windows of Venetian palaces.


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