Ponte Vecchio Florence Print

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Deborah Julian’s Ponte Vecchio Florence Print urban landscape takes in the “old bridge” as it crosses the Arno, connecting very different Florentine neighborhoods. It’s a classic look at the city.

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Our Ponte Vecchio Florence Print is an 8 1/2 X 11 giclee finished on museum quality, archival Epson paper. Deborah Julian prints exclusively in her workshop. Prints are signed on the white border beneath the image or on the reverse.

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Prints are shipped United States Postal Service, First Class. They are sealed in clear plastic with backing to prevent bending or wrinkles.

Deborah Julian wants to be sure you’re happy with your purchase. Every sale is 100% satisfaction guaranteed. If you are unhappy with anything about your shipment, she will refund your money or replace the item, whichever you prefer.

Questions: Email davidstone@icloud.com

Ponte Vecchio Florence Print View


“I shot this picture of the Ponte Vecchio because I thought it’s the most interesting place in Florence. It was built for vendors to sell on either side, and the Medici’s built a walkway above so they wouldn’t have to mix with the rabble. Mostly jewelers these days.” — Deborah Julian

Deborah Julian records another classic, much loved old bridge: Brooklyn Bridge Twilight

Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge) is a one of a kind structure spanning the Arno River in Florence, Italy. As the vista of this fine art print shows, it’s more than a simple bridge connecting to differing neighborhoods. It’s also a statement about a culture. Records first mention a bridge here in 996, but after floods and fires wiped predecessors out, this one is the one that has stood for nearly 800 years – with some changes.

The lower level outcroppings are for shops that have served customers through the centuries, but the corridor marked by the level row of windows is the Vasari Corridor, built by Cosimo Medici, that enabled the upper classes to go from the Town Hall across the Arno to the Pitti Palace without mixing with the rabble.

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