Love to Travel: Venice, Italy

September 21, 2020

Love to Travel: Venice, Italy

Stunning architecture, an immersion of arts and culture, views from the bridges crisscrossing this waterbound city, gondola rides through the narrow and winding canals, pausing for some Italian gelato, and the list of delights goes on and on.  Venice is unlike any other place on Earth and a well earned spot on many people’s bucket lists. 

Many of our gallery photographers can’t seem to stay away from this magical city, with its treasure trove of photo ops - some have even been known to make a yearly pilgrimage. 

Below is a collection of our favorite Photo Art Prints, hand-picked to take you on a journey through the turquoise waterways of Venice.  Whether these images take you back to an unforgettable trip and conjure up fond memories, or whether they inspire you to keep dreaming about visiting this special place, we hope they do not disappoint.

 

Italy art in modern home 

The Grand Canal Original Wall Art by Maryanne McGuire, also available as an 8x12 Matted Fine Art Print 

 

Contemporary living room with large Italy wall art

Burano Fine Art Print by John Scanlan 

 

Wall art of Venice, Italy with mid century modern chairs

Serenata Fine Art Print by Lee Sie 

 

Gondola in Venice Italy Wall Art in a modern bedroom

Waiting for You Fine Art Print by Lee Sie 

 

Modern Office with Italy Wall Art

Basilica di Santa Maria Fine Art Print by Lee Sie 

 

Wall art over bed of gondolas in Venice Italy

Venetian Mist Fine Art Print by Lee Sie 

 

Wall art of a gondola in Venice Italy

Ancient Aquaduct Fine Art Print by Lee Sie

 

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Framed matted print of Italy 

Canal, Venice Matted Fine Art Print by Maryanne McGuire

 

Framed Italy wall art in living room

Where Bridges Meet Fine Art Print by John Scanlan

 

Italy wall art with pink pastel hues in a bedroom

Approaching Venice for the First Time Original Wall Art by Maryanne McGuire, also available as an 8x12 Matted Fine Art Print 

 

Italy framed wall art in living room

Sunlit Gondolier Fine Art Print by John Scanlan 

 

Bohemian wall art in modern entryway

Piazza San Marco Original Wall Art by Maryanne McGuire

 

Wall art of Venice, Italy in a classic modern dining room

Lavanderia Fine Art Print by John Scanlan

 

Italian bridge wall art in bedroom

Night at the Rialto Fine Art Print by Lee Sie 

 

Did you enjoy these Italian images?  Explore the collections below to find more Italy Photo Art on Canvas, Aluminum and Fine Art Paper.

Collection: From Italy, With Love

John Scanlan Collection

Lee Sie Collection

Maryanne McGuire Collection

 





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