Dresden (Germany).-"Dresden seen from the right bank of the Elbe".-(View across the Elbe onto Augustus Bridge, Frauenkirche and the catholic Hofkirche which is being built). Painting, 1748, by Bernardo Bellotto, called Canaletto (1721-1780). Oil on canvas, 133 x 234cm.
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Canvas on Stretcher
Our canvas prints of the motif »Dresden seen from the right bank of the Elbe« are printed on high-quality canvas using high-end digital printers (Canon iPF 9400). The prints impress with the finest color nuances, large color space and UV resistance. They are hand-crafted onto real stretcher frames. And everything is guaranteed Made in Germany! Please note that under the product Art Print you can also order this motif printed on canvas without stretcher frame.
Pictures from Bernardo Bellotto you can also buy framed. In addition to a variety of wood and aluminum moldings we also offer passe-partouts and various surface protection options. All frames are handmade in our own factory. Naturally all framings are Made in Germany. Individually framed, the picture »»Dresden seen from the right bank of the Elbe«« really comes into its own!
Our glass pictures from Bernardo Bellotto are printed directly on glass for you. This creates noble pictures in a high-quality appearance. Rounded edges and a hidden mounting on the back complete the product.
»Dresden seen from the right bank of the Elbe« from artist Bellotto as space-filling art! Our wallpapers make it possible. Printed in latex printig technology on high-quality fleece material in cm-exact sizes ensure perfectly styled walls in your home.
Alu Composite Pictures
Aluminum composite panels consist of a sandwich construction of aluminum sheets (outside) and PVC material (inside). The picture »Dresden seen from the right bank of the Elbe« is printed with an UV printing process. Thanks to the floating suspension, you can create a modern ambience in every home. Especially offices and shops benefit from the futuristic design.