Glistening waters, baby blue skies, romantic architecture... a trip to Venice certainly wouldn't go a miss right now. But even if it’s not so easy for you to jet off to Italy, you can still escape to the floating city with an exciting new exhibition coming to the capital this spring. A complete set of 24 Venetian views painted by Canaletto in the 1730s will be whisked from the famous collection at Woburn Abbey and into London's National Maritime Museum, promising a rare opportunity to see the works IRL as well as drawings, prints, photographs, and other objects that will bring the exhibtion to life.
Canaletto’s Venice Revisited at the National Maritime Museum
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