Venice (2)

I set off early to explore more:-

The entryway to the Palazzo Grimani, which is showing paintings by Helen Frankenthaler:-

As one comes in to the Campo S. Maria Formosa, the Palazzo Malipiero is on the left:-

The Campo itself is surprisingly open and spacious opening up urban space at the heart of the city:-

I walked through to S. Giovanni Crisostomo:-

Some nice lettering at the entrance to S. Giovanni Crisostomo:-

And then then the pearl of S. Maria dei Miracoli, Pietro Lombardo’s marble masterpiece:-

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