Ong Kim Seng is able to organise complex scenery into a picturesque composition that is pleasing to the viewers’ eyes. Using a common bridge in a canal in Venice as a subject (instead of the grandiloquent Rialto Bridge), he transforms the piece into a detailed and lively painting. Canals were ancient waterways lined with buildings that were built from the 13th to 18th centuries and mostly constructed by wealthy Venetian families. Traffic that cruises down canals include private boats (as depicted), vaporetti or water buses and the popular gondolas.
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