Michele Marieschi

1694 - 1743

Michele Marieschi (around 1694-1743), Venetian vedute painter, whose views, as opposed to the works of his contemporaries Canaletto and Bellotto, were always marked by a distinct theatrical nature and sometimes enriched with imaginary, scenographic architectural studies in the style of Piranesis.
His main work was probably a collection of eighteen etchings with views of Venetian sights published in 1741 ("Magnificentiores selectioresque Urbis Venetiarum prospectus").

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