Al Dolo is part of a set of thirty-one prints comprising both actual and imaginary views of Venice and its surroundings. This
print depicts a scene on the banks of the Brenta Canal in the village of Dolo, outside Venice, with the church of San Rocco
at right and the Palladian Villa Zanon-Bon, formerly the Villa Andruzzi, at left.
Catalogue raisonne: de Vesme 4 i/ii; Pallucchini and Guarnati 4 i/ii; Bromberg 4 ii/iii
Inscription: Recto, in plate below design, "A. Canal f." at l.l. and "Al Dolo" at c.; Verso, Baumfeld's stamp at l.r.
Provenance: Rudolf L. Baumfeld, Los Angeles; William Schab, New York