Boats in Venice Lagoon – Gianfranco Baldin
50 x 70 cm – frame not included
60 c 80 cm – frame included
oil on canvas – 1950s
Bragozzi in the lagoon, the typical two-masted fishing boats of the upper Adriatic. In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries these boats were used throughout the Venice lagoon, with their bright sails.
Painted with the classic theme and colors of “lagoon post-impressionism”.
Gianfranco Baldin was a painter born and lived in Padua, who painted Venice and the fishing activities carried out in its lagoon.