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View of Vienna from the Belvedere (detail)
1759-60
Oil on canvas
Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna


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Bernardo Bellotto's immaculately detailed views of Vienna from the early 1760s are among this Italian painter's most magnificent works. Commissioned by Empress Maria Theresa, they vividly represent Vienna's palaces, parks, and streets during the height of the Hapsburg Empire. Included in the Clark's exhibition will be Bellotto's masterpiece of the group, the panoramic View of Vienna from the Belvedere, which depicts the broad sweep of the city from the elevated grounds of the Belvedere palace. Also on view will be an inner city street view of Vienna that reveals the diversity and vitality of one of Europe's most important imperial capitals.






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