Andrew Logan painted this original watercolour on28th September 1993, in Italy. It is an example of his early work with watercolours, when he used the technique of sketching the image first in situ, then added the detail in watercolour later. He was only in Venice for a short trip so raced around the city trying to capture the beauty of light, water and architecture.

The bell tower of St. Mark's Cathedral, often simply called the St Mark's Campanile, is the highest building in the city of Venice measuring almost 100 metres high. It was first erected in the 10th century and stands on St Mark's Square, opposite the Basilica of San Marco and the Palazzo Ducale.

The original painting has been created in watercolour on quality art paper with approximate dimensions of 10 x 14 inches, or 25.5 x 35.5 cm. It has been titled, signed and dated by Andrew Logan and is a certified original which should not be copied without Andrew Logan’s written permission. The watercolour is mounted on art board and supplied without a mount. It will be carefully packaged as a flat parcel and posted using tracked delivery.