oil on linen
42 x 25 in
John Fox first went to Venice in the 1950s and then annually from the mid 1970's on. He always preferred painting lesser-known places where Venetians lived and worked. In the glimmering pinks, whites and ochres of Renaissance architecture and bathed in watery sunlight, the palazzo, its garden and entrance wall nestle behind a small square, covered by a dappled sky.