Giovanni Grubacs (Venice, 1830 - Pola, 1919), View with the Basilica of San Marco

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Giovanni Grubacs (Venice, 1830 - Pola, 1919) View with the Basilica of San Marco Oil on wood, 15 x 25.5 cm - with frame 27.5 x 37 cm Signed lower left “G. Grubacs "Together with his father Carlo, Giovanni Grubacs was part of that crowd of artists who courageously supported the lagoon...
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Giovanni Grubacs (Venice, 1830 - Pola, 1919) View with the Basilica of San Marco Oil on wood, 15 x 25.5 cm - with frame 27.5 x 37 cm Signed lower left “G. Grubacs "Together with his father Carlo, Giovanni Grubacs was part of that crowd of artists who courageously supported the lagoon landscape painting promoted years earlier by Antonio Canal known as Canaletto (1697-1768), borrowing from the contemporary nineteenth-century art how many artistic structures could help to renew the subject of the landscape. Around the sixties of the nineteenth century, in fact, the Italian verist claims were exacerbated, supported with vigor by the most politically committed artistic school, and the formative events the