Antonio Joli

The Courtyard of the Doge's Palace, Venice



Antonio Joli - The Courtyard of the Doge's Palace, Venice

Literature

Peter Björn Kerber, Eyewitness views, Los Angeles, 2017, fig. 25



Provenance

Possibly Cardinal Gianfrancesco Stopani (died 1774), Rome
by inheritance to Marchese Schiuchinelli, Cremona
Giuseppe Castagna and Felice Ponzio, 1836
Lady Mary Baillie of Polkemmet, née Stewart (died 1910)
Admiral Johnston Stewart of Polkemmet, perhaps nephew of preceding
sale Christie, Manson & Woods, London, 21 June 1912, nr. 140
bought by C.H. Thrift for Arthur Tooth and Sons, 1912
sold 14 July 1925 to Viscount Gabriel Chabert
with Arnold Seligmann, London, early 1930s
sold to Barbara Hutton
gift 1945 to NGA

External links

National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. Accession number 1945.15.1

Other works by Antonio Joli


Antonio Joli The Thames and Westminster Bridge from Lambeth
The Thames and Westminster Bridge from Lambeth
c. 1747-48

Antonio Joli The Bacino di San Marco and the Molo, Venice
The Bacino di San Marco and the Molo, Venice
c. 1742

Antonio Joli The Popular Revolt in Largo di Castello during the Famine
The Popular Revolt in Largo di Castello during the Famine
1764-68

Antonio Joli The Departure of the Venetian Ambassador Alvise IV Mocenigo from the Quirinal Palace
The Departure of the Venetian Ambassador Alvise IV Mocenigo from the Quirinal Palace
c. 1754

Antonio Joli
The Courtyard of the Doge's Palace, Venice
c. 1742
160.7 x 221.6 cm.
Oil on canvas
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Gift of Mrs. Barbara Hutton