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Antonio Canaletto - W2

Canaletto & Tilak Antonio Canaletto - W2
Inscription

Antonio Giovanni Canaletto, 1697-1768, artist, worked from a studio on this site, 1746-1755.
London County Council 

This plaque is not genuine. English Heritage have told us that they have, on several occasions, asked the buiding's owners to remove it. In his time in London, there is no evidence that Canaletto, lived or worked anywhere other than 41 Beak Street, W1.

Site: Canaletto & Tilak (2 memorials)

W2, Howley Place, 10

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
Antonio Canaletto - W2

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Antonio Canaletto

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