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Identified as being by Bellotto by the 2nd Lord Penryhn’s art adviser and later Director of the National Gallery of Ireland, Sir William Armstrong, in 1898, it shows a view across the Campo with the church and campanile of San Stin (S. Agostino, not S. Stefanin) which was closed in 1810 and demolished in 1821 on the far side of it, with a palazzo closing the vista on the left, and the Church of the Frari and its campanile in the distance towards the right, with the houses on the right-hand side of the Campo on the right of the picture.
oil on canvas
H 62 x W 99 cm
accepted by HM Government in lieu of inheritance tax from the estate of Lady Jane Douglas-Pennant and allocated to the National Trust, 2001