Palazzo Labia [Venice]. Arthur Streeton, 1867–1943 Aust.
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Palazzo Labia [Venice]

1912. Lithograph, initialled in image lower left, 24.1 x 30.5cm. Slight stain to image centre, foxing and paper loss to margins.

Printed in an edition of 12 by Thomas Way, who was Whistler’s lithographer. This is one of only six known lithographs created by Streeton. Other titles are Corfe Castle, The Rialto, The Ballroom, Bamborough Castle, and The Palace. Held in NGA, NGV, and AGNSW with the date “c1913” and noting that this image, along with the five above mentioned lithographs by Streeton, were exhibited in London at that time.

This lithograph is after Streeton’s 1908 painting San Geremia and Palazzo Labia, Venice, which is held in the National Gallery of Victoria.

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Item #CL198-60

Price (AUD): $4,400.00  other currencies

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