Books on Venice
|Venice Observed (Art and Places)
by Mary McCarthy
"Mary McCarthy's VENICE OBSERVED is neither history nor a guide book but rather a literary reflection written by a young 1950s 'single' woman who has visited a beautiful place and now sits at her desk and muses over what she has seen," writes amazon.com reviewer hannah12.
|Venice for Pleasure
by J. G. Links
Uncover hidden and unusual places throughout Venice with the only guidebook ever read on BBC Radio Drama. Extensive color illustrations, including classic paintings and historical maps accompany the text to reveal a Venice of 50, 100, and 500 years ago. "Not only the greatest guide to that city ever written, the greatest guide to any city ever written." - The London Times
|Venice in posters and prints|