Polyptych. Venetian Masks

Venetian Masks in San Marco Square


Saatchiart, FineartAmerica, Artpal

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The carnival of Venice started in the year 1162, in the honor of the victory of the “Serenissima Repubblica”
In San Marco Square the people started to dance and make reunions.
This painting show the most important events “la maschera piu bella” (the most beautiful mask) and how the carnival protect venetians against the anguish for present time and future.
There are different type of masks: Bauta, Columbina, Medico della peste (the plague doctor), Moretta-servetta muta, Volto,Pantalone, Arlecchino, Zanni.

Type: Painting

Medium / Material: Acrylic on canvas

Size: 100 cm x 81 cm

Regular Price: $1200

Price: 1040

Style: Expressionism

Categories: city, Polyptych

Tags: beauty, scene, stage, water, west, canal, Piazza San Marco, polyptych, dance, venice carnival, mask, orient


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