Venice in a selection of 19th century paintings

Some favorites of mine. Below is Friedrich Nerly's Piazzetta di San Marco bei Mondschein (aka A moonlight view of the Piazza San Marco towards San Giorgio Maggiore) from 1849. He died in Venice and is buried in San Michele Cemetery; his paintings are on display in his home town of Erfurt.

This is Ippolito Caffi's Snow and Fog on the Grand Canal (1840).

Galleria Internazionale d'Arte Moderna 

This undated painting, Venice, is by Martín Rico y Ortega. Originally from Madrid, he died in Venice in 1908.

This is an undated painting by American Francis Hopkinson Smith:

Smithsonian American Art Museum

And of course Claude Monet visited Venice in 1908:

"San Giorgio Maggiore at Dusk, Venice" (1908), National Museum Cardiff

But also see Venice for some of its other faces, its other meanings.