Giorgio Massari: Misunderstood Artist

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Most famous people who lived in venice where very important in art was Giorgio Massari (1687–1766) was one of the most important Venetian architects of his time, Massari constructed both civil and religious buildings. Bellotto (1720-1780) was the grandson of Canaletto,He advanced Canaletto's studies in Vedutismo (paintings in the Veduta style) and aimed to realize a more objective representation. Francesco Guardi (1712-1793) is today considered one of the greatest painters of the XVIII century, but for a long time he was a "misunderstood artist". Unlike Canaletto, he was completely ignored by supporters of art and lived in

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