Brunelleschi’s Dome


Winner of the Gordon and Mildred Evans Memorial Award at the Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolor.

The Dome over the Cathedral of Florence was designed around 1420 by architect and artist Filipino Brunelleschi. It was the design and engineering feat that heralded the Italian Renaissance in architecture. Construction began on the Cathedral over 100 years earlier. Building technology at that time had no methods to span such a wide nave, but they went ahead anyway with the notion that someone would figure it out when it was necessary.

ORIGINAL is Available

Size: 10″ x 14″
Paper: Fabriano Artistico 140lb Rough
Purchase: $1000 Unframed
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