The Doge’s Palace, Venice & Piazza San Marco, Venice
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Marco Grubas/Grubacs

Italian, (1839-1910)
The Doge’s Palace, Venice & Piazza San Marco, Venice
Oil on panel, pair, both signed
Provenance: Cooling Galleries, Bond Street, London

Marco Grubas or Grubacs was born in Venice in 1839, the son of the artist Carlo Grubacs. His father’s family was originally from Montenegro but had settled in Italy during the mid 1800’s. His brother Giovanni was also an artist. Grubas studied painting from an early age and was probably taught art by his father as their style and subject matter are similar.

Like his father, he specialised in architectural views of Venice known as Verduta painting in the tradition of 17th and 18th century artists such as Canelletto. He spent his life living and working in Venice and would have found a ready market amongst the wealthy Grand Tourists who flocked to the famous City.

Presentation The paintings are housed in new, English made gilt frames which are in excellent condition.
Condition As with all of our original antique oil paintings, these works are offered in ready to hang gallery condition, having been professionally cleaned, restored and revarnished.

Dimensions

Image Size 10 inches x 5.5 inches (25.5cm x 14cm)
Framed Size 15 inches x 10.5 inches (38cm x 26.5cm)
£8,500.00