View of Venice


This bird’s-eye View of Venice circa 1450 depicts the city at the climax of its power.

The allegories of the winds and Neptune in front of Saint Mark’s Square are here to remind us that the might of the Venetian fleet was at the time unchallenged, even by the Turks.

Drawn by three artists from high towers, their drawings then having been engraved, this map/vista includes each and every building in the city.

This decor is available in 5 standard sizes, in the original Sepia Tones colorway.