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“We notice a mismatch today between the marble floor, with its large green and grey squares and the pictorial decoration of the walls and the ceiling because the floor was originally designed for a different building”. Marino Zorzi . In 1815 the Venetian authorities decided to replace the floor in time for Francesco I’s visit. Important works were started and the stone floor, designed by Jacopo Sansovino and laid in 1558 by Sigismondo el Pasquetto, was removed. New marble squares, recycled from the Church of San Giovanni Battista, which had been destroyed during the regno italico, were made available.

Limited Edition of 7
Traditional Hahnemühle Paper 250 gr
Size: 42 x 35 cm • 16.5 x 13.7 inches
Signed by manual embossing and numbered by the artist

The print will be shipped through Private Mail Service

Printed in Paris - France


320,00 €Prix
  • It's a print edition of a drawing that the artist selects.
    It's a limited edition of 7, and when it's sold, it won't be printed anymore.

    Each print includes the artist's signature, seal, and the certificates of authenticity.

    The print is printed with the museum quality paper.

    New print will be updated every two months. 

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