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Duomo

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Michele Molinari

<p>Italian born and grown, Michele Molinari lived for a few years in Brooklyn, NY. He's now based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he likes to say "I've found the best light and sky in the world".</p>

<p>The Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore [of the Flower], also called the Dome of Florence Cathedral of Florence, Italy, is the cathedral church (Duomo) of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Florence, noted for its distinctive dome. Its name refers to the lily, symbol of Florence, or to the old town name Fiorenza. But a 15th century document on the other hand states that the flower refers to Christ. The cathedral complex includes the church proper, the Battistero di San Giovanni, built after Santa Croce and Santa Maria Novella. GiottoA¢â,¬â,¢s bell tower (campanile) stands on the Cathedral square (Piazza del Duomo) in Florence, Italy. This bell tower is one of the showpieces of the Florentine gothic style. Standing isolated next to the Cathedral Santa Maria del Fiore and in front of the Baptistery of St. John, this splendid construction attracts the eye and the admiration of every art lover by its design, rich sculptural decorations and the many-coloured marble encrustations. This slender structure stands on a square plan with a side of 14.45 meters (47.41 ft). It attains a height of 84.7 meters (277.9 ft) sustained by four polygonal buttresses at the corners. These four vertical lines are crossed by four horizontal lines, dividing the tower in five levels. Florence (Italian: Firenze) is the capital city of the region of Tuscany, Italy. From 1865 to 1870 the city was also the capital of the Kingdom of Italy. A center of medieval European trade and finance, the city is often considered the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance and was long ruled by the Medici family. Florence is also famous for its magnificent art and architecture. It is said that, of the 1,000 most important European artists of the second millennium, 350 lived or worked in Florence. The city has also been called the Athens of the Middle Ages. The historic Centre of Florence was declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO in 1982. [source: Wikipedia.org]</p>

Bring museum quality art into your home or office decor with a canvas print that will never warp or sag. Each canvas print is 1.25” deep, with a hard, sealed finish back and pre-installed hanging hardware, so it’s designed to hang tough and is super easy to display. Add a frame to any canvas print for an eye-catching accent.

It Belongs In A Museum!

<p>Print your favorite art in vibrant colors and fine detail good enough for the Guggenheim. No matter if it's abstract art, classic art, or photography, we only use archival inks for spot-on color accuracy that won't fade over time. Featured art: #2608913</p>

Sealed Tight

<p>A hard, fully sealed backing saves your walls from staple scratches and keeps all the pesky dust out. Plus, our patented warp-resistant design produces the tightest corners possible with no bubbles or bumps for a clean, professional look.</p>

Light As A Feather

<p>Install your new abstract or classic art in 10 minutes or less with our pre-installed sawtooth hanging hardware and easy-to-manage lightweight design. Even though they're light, our rock-solid construction ensures they show up strong.</p>

Built Like No Other

<p>All of our canvas is artist-grade material wrapped around a strong, sturdy frame that will stay as taut and flat as the day it was made. Add a frame in contemporary and modern styles for the perfect finish for your decor.</p>

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