(b. 1697, Venezia, d. 1768, Venezia)

Campo San Rocco

c. 1735
Oil on canvas, 47 x 80 cm
Private collection

In the 1730s Canaletto received many commissions from Great Britain, these included 24 vedute for the Duke of Bedford. These depicted the most famous sights of Venice, though a few of them are devoted to less well-known location, like the Campo Santa Maria Formosa, the View of the Entrance to the Arsenal and the Campo San Rocco.