Copyright, Jim LaneOne of a long line of painters today
working the streets of Venice.
Copyright, Jim LaneVenice's famed Grand Canal meanders between the city's two
main island forming the letter "S." This was a beautiful, bright
sunny day, but the colors were nothing like those many artists
have used to capture its romantic essence.
Copyright, Jim LaneThe San Marcos
tower) stands tall
directly across the
square from the
church and the
Copyright, Jim LaneSan Giorgio Maggiore, just a short
channel from San Marcos.
Copyright, Jim LaneVenice from Maggiore--overpriced sidewalk restaurants,
water taxis, billboards, and highly esteemed architecture.
Copyright, Jim LaneThe canal entrance to the
Hotel All' Angelo where we
stayed three nights. San
Marcos was five minutes
Copyright, Jim LaneThe Porta della Carta, 1438–1442, Giovanni Bon and
Bartolomeo Bon. The grand stairway built to serve as
the ceremonial entrance to the building. It now presides
over the exit.
As the twelfth group in this series, like the others, these photos are available free of charge for use by painters as source material for their own work on an individual basis. Simply e-mail me with a request to do so at firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate which photo you would like to use as well as your full name (no nicknames) and geographic location. If you have a website, include the URL. And please, when finished, e-mail me a photo of your painting. These images are not for publication as photos (except on a royalty basis) nor are they in the public domain.
Copyright, Jim LaneIntruder of the Seas, 2014, Jim Lane
(One of my most recent paintings and
the one, and only, painting of Venice.)