Ca’ d’Oro, Venice
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Federico del Campo ( 1837 - 1927)
Federico del Campo was the finest painter of Venetian views in the latter half of the nineteenth century. Born in Lima, Peru in 1837, Del Campo was an assistant in Leonardo Barbieri’s Academy in Lima and the owner of a number of shops selling perfumes and toys. At the age of thirty, a patron, Sen. Goyneche paid for him to travel to Europe.