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Entrance to the Grand Canal Venice by Thomas Hart FSA




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Entrance to the Grand Canal Venice by Thomas Hart

Born 1830 Crowan, Cornwall    Died 1916 The Lizard, Cornwall

Watercolour on Paper

Good Early Frame

Painted in the early 1870’s

Frame size 32.25 ins(818 mm) by 23.625 ins (599 mm)

Image Size 21.125 ins (512 mm) by 12.625 ins 321 mm)

Thomas Hart

Born 1830 Crowan Cornwall, Died 1916 The Lizard, Cornwall

Moved to Falmouth in the 1840’s

He was a prolific painter in watercolours and oil. He lived up to 1862 in Falmouth, Cornwall, the home of several known artists.

Married Louisa Hallamore in 1862 in Falmouth, Cornwall. Initially they set up home in Plymouth

Thomas had one of the very first photographic studios at 10 Flora Place, Union Road, Plymouth.

Louisa traveled to Falmouth for the births of Herbert and Horace (artists)

1865 the family moved to the Lizard Point in Cornwall,

Painted a large volume of work including this watercolour Entrance to the Grand Canal Venice by Thomas Hart FSA

Exhibited at the Royal academy, Grosvenor Gallery and at numerous venues in the UK.

His work sold from the 1850’s. Thomas traveled widely in the UK and Europe gathering ideas and working “Plein Air”.

From 1880 to the early 1900’s Thomas spent 2 months in Odda Norway where he set up a studio.

They had 11 children, 6 of them became professional Painters.  In the late 1800’s numerous Titled people in the UK and throughout Europe purchased his paintings

The Grand Canal

The Grand Canal (ItalianCanal Grande [kaˌnal ˈɡrande]VenetianCanal Grando, anciently Canałasso [kanaˈɰaso]) is a channel in VeniceItaly. It forms one of the major water-traffic corridors in the city.

One end of the canal leads into the lagoon near the Santa Lucia railway station and the other end leads into the basin at San Marco; in between, it makes a large reverse-S shape through the central districts (sestieri) of Venice. It is 3.8 km (2.4 mi) long, and 30 to 90 m (98 to 295 ft) wide, with an average depth of 5 metres (16 feet).



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