|The Brooklyn Bridge, Leroy Neiman
|The Langlois Bridge at Arles, 1888, Vincent van Gogh
|The Bridge at Villeneuve la Garenne,1872, Alfred Sisley
|The greatest bridge builder and painter of the Impressionist era.
|The Vasari Corridor remains today, though it's been turned into an art museum
featuring portraits of famous artists of the past from around the world.
|Big name artists such as Venice's own Canaletto and the American painter John Singer Sargent have all painted the Rialto. For some unknown reason, Sargent chose to paint under the bridge. Maybe it was raining at the time.
|It's in London but London Bridge it's not.
|The Brooklyn Bridge definitely has a personality all its own, depending on how you look at it.
|By the way, the Golden Gate Bridge is a rusty red, not Golden.
Copyright, Jim LaneThe Millfield Bridge, 1970, Jim Lane
(I've never crossed this one either.)