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A view of the Canale Grande, Venice charcoal drawings, Series I, Item 1
Drawing

Maria Teresa Mulatti Garibaldi
Italy

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Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute, Original Venice charcoal drawing, Series II, Item 3
Drawing

Maria Teresa Mulatti Garibaldi
Italy

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Chiesa di Santa Maria dei Miracoli, Venice charcoal drawing, Series II, Item 6
Drawing

Maria Teresa Mulatti Garibaldi
Italy

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Ponte di Rialto, Original Venice charcoal drawings, Series I, Item 2
Drawing

Maria Teresa Mulatti Garibaldi
Italy

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Bacino di San Marco, Original Venice charcoal drawing, Series II, Item 1
Drawing

Maria Teresa Mulatti Garibaldi
Italy

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Scuola Grande di San Marco, Venice charcoal drawing, Series II, Item 4
Drawing

Maria Teresa Mulatti Garibaldi
Italy

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Sottoportego de L'Abazia, Original Venice charcoal drawing, Series IV, Item 3
Drawing

Maria Teresa Mulatti Garibaldi
Italy

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Basilica di Santa Maria della Salute, Original Venice charcoal drawing, Series I, Item 3
Drawing

Maria Teresa Mulatti Garibaldi
Italy

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Ponte dei Sospiri, Original Venice charcoal drawing, Series II, Item 2
Drawing

Maria Teresa Mulatti Garibaldi
Italy

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Chiesa dei Gesuiti, Venice charcoal drawing, Series II, Item 5
Drawing

Maria Teresa Mulatti Garibaldi
Italy

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Campo dei Gesuiti, Original Venice charcoal drawing, Series IV, Item 6
Drawing

Maria Teresa Mulatti Garibaldi
Italy

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About this collection
11 Artworks - Venice charcoal drawings, Series I & Series II

Maria Teresa Mulatti Garibaldi’s Venetian scenes are displayed in galleries, offices and homes around the world. She is one of the small group of resident artists who are authorised by the Comune di Venezia to display and sell their work in the piazzas and campi of the city, which she has done since 1992 in Venice’ Campo San Geremia. Her charcoals, pastels, etchings and watercolours capture the atmosphere of Venice in a manner which has delighted many hundreds of visitors to Venice who have become patrons and purchasers of her work, many of whom return repeatedly, and some of whom have become friends. Through her new online gallery Maria Teresa maintains contact with current clients and can now reach lovers of Venice everywhere



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