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Shadows, Piazza San Marcos Venice- Thomas W. Schaller

"Shadows - San Marcos" is a large watercolor by award-winning L.A. artist and architect Thomas W. Schaller. The watercolor painting depicts the bustling Piazza San Marco with the Basilica front and center. The tower is casting a shadow on the Basilica which further enhances its exquisite facade. The crowd's silhouettes can be seen in the puddles at their feet.


This piece measures 30"x 22" framed . Framing options are available if desired, contact Colibri Art & Framing for additional informaiton.

Shadows, Piazza San Marcos Venice- Thomas W. Schaller

  • Thomas W. Schaller is an award-winning artist, architect, and author based in Los Angeles. As a renowned architectural artist, he received a Graham Foundation Grant and was a two-time recipient of the Hugh Ferriss Memorial Prize. His work is collected world-wide and is part of a number of permanent collections including The Johhan Museum: Shanghai: The Watermark Museum; Fabriano: The Tchoban Foundation; Berlin: The Pacific Arts Foundation; Newport Beach, The Museum of Watercolor, Mexico City. His artwork has been featured in prestigious International Watercolor Masters exhibitions in over twenty countries

    He received the Abu Rawash Masters Award in 2019 and in 2017, he was a finalist for the Lynx Prize for Contemporary Art; Trieste. His paintings and writing have been featured in a great many books, magazines, and arts publications including The Artist Magazine, Watercolor Artist, Southwest Art, The Art of Watercolour, Practique des Arts, Los Angeles Magazine, International Artist, and a series of the books, Splash: the Best of Watercolor by North Light Books from 2011 - 2020. A Signature Member of many arts organizations including the American Watercolor Society, National Watercolor Society, and the Transparent Watercolor Society of America, Tom was recently elected to the International Masters of Watercolor Alliance, and to the receive Master Signature Status by the California Watercolor Association.

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