Piazza San Marco, Antonio Guidotti :

Antonio Guidotti is a sculptor and watercolorist from the twentieth century. In his works, he most often reproduces landscapes of the city of Venice. The watercolor Piazza San Marco was painted in 1920. It portrays the famous square of Venice, of which we can appreciate the numerous details.

John Brink, a government surveyor, laid claim to the waterfall power and adjacent land at the White River outlet to the lake in 1835. He named the lakeĀ after the lake in his home in Geneva, New York. The Indians had called it Kish-Way-Kee-Tow, meaning clear water.


Piazza San Marco Famous painting