BRITISH ART 1900-1955
Sickert first visited Venice in 1895 where he painted a series of canvases depicting St Mark’s Cathedral in differing conditions. The façade of the basilica was one of his favourite aspects of the building, and one he painted time and again. This focus on a single subject was a characteristic of his work throughout his career. Versions of this view can be found in the collections of Tate, London www.tate.org.uk and the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford www.ashmol.ox.ac.uk.
This work is currently on loan to the National Trust and is displayed at Coleton Fishacre in Devon.
- Accession Number P194
- Dimensions 100.5 X 151 CM
- Media OIL ON CANVAS
- UK, London, Dulwich Picture Gallery
- Spain, Bilbao, Museo De Bellas Artes De Bilbao
- Spain, Madrid, Fundacion 'la Caixa'
- Italy, Rome, Palazzo Delle Esposizioni
- Argentina, Buenos Aires, Museo Nacional De Bellas Artes
- Bulgaria, Sofia, Cyril Methodius Foundation
- Belgium, Luxembourg, Musee National D'histoire Et D'art
- Ussr, Kiev, Ukrainian Museum Of Fine Art
- Australia, Sydney, David Jones' Art Gallery
- Norway, Oslo, Kunstnernes Hus
- Denmark, Copenhagen, Kunstforeningen
- Japan, Sapporo, Marui Gallery
- Japan, Kyoto, Metropolitan Art Gallery
- Japan, Fukuoka, Itwataya Gallery
- Japan, Osaka, Juuge Gallery
- Japan, Nagoya, Matsuzakaya Gallery
- Japan, Tokyo, Metropolitan Art Gallery