The Doge's Palace and Piazetta A5 Notebook
Our A5 notebooks are perfect for jotting down ideas on the go. Since they're unlined they can be used for quick sketches and doodles, as well as notes and lists.
Painted during Turner's time in Venice in 1840, this delicately detailed watercolour depicts the Doge's Palace, the Biblioteca Marciana, and the Palazzo della Zecca, with gondolas in the foreground.
Original Painting Information
Joseph Mallord William Turner, English, 1775-1851
The Doge's Palace and Piazetta, Venice, c. 1840
Watercolour, white highlights and scraping out, with details added using a pen dipped in watercolour, on off-white wove paper, 24 x 30.3 cm
Bequeathed, Henry Vaughan, 1900