Dresden Neustadt with a View Towards the North, copy after Bernardo Bellotto
Bernardo Bellotto
Dresden Neustadt with a View Towards the North
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Bernardo Bellotto: Der Neustädter Markt in Dresden, 1750/51, Öl auf Leinwand, 134 x 236 cm, Inv.-Nr. Gal. - Nr. 612, Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Dresden

copy afterBernardo Bellotto

Dresden Neustadt with a View Towards the North, after 1750

94.2 x 124.5 cm
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Acquired in 1910
On display, 2nd upper level, Old Masters, room 19


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Bernardo Bellotto studied under his uncle Giovanni Antonio Canal (called Canaletto) and adopted not only his moniker but also his preference for painting vedute. Unlike his uncle, however, the well-travelled Bellotto became known less for his views of Italian cities than for his vedute of Dresden, Munich, Vienna and Warsaw. At first glance, this contemporary copy of a view of Dresden’s Neustadt looks the same as the original. On closer inspection, however, various alterations catch the eye: not only is the view more tightly framed, but the details of the market scene, the groups of figures and stalls also differ from the Dresden original.

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