Italian Landscapes & Seascapes (11 - 20)

Bellagio Promenade  by Howard Behrens Italian Scenery Fine Art Giclee Print

Bellagio Promenade by Howard Behrens Italian Scenery Fine Art Giclee Print


Village Hideaway  by Howard Behrens Italian Town Scenery Fine Art Giclee Print

Village Hideaway by Howard Behrens Italian Town Scenery Fine Art Giclee Print


Amalfi Coast Italy Classic Landscape Painting Giclee Art Print

Amalfi Coast Italy Classic Landscape Painting Giclee Art Print


Tuscany  by Howard Behrens Italian Fine Art Giclee Print

Tuscany by Howard Behrens Italian Fine Art Giclee Print


Capri Cove  by Howard Behrens Italian Village And Boats Fine Art Giclee Print

Capri Cove by Howard Behrens Italian Village And Boats Fine Art Giclee Print


Costa Brava Sunset  by Howard Behrens Spain Painting Fine Art Giclee Print

Costa Brava Sunset by Howard Behrens Spain Painting Fine Art Giclee Print


Rue De St. Paul  by Howard Behrens Village Town Scenery Fine Art Giclee Print

Rue De St. Paul by Howard Behrens Village Town Scenery Fine Art Giclee Print


Riviera Stairs  by Howard Behrens Painting Fine Art Giclee Print

Riviera Stairs by Howard Behrens Painting Fine Art Giclee Print


Porticciolo greco Fine Art Print

Porticciolo greco Fine Art Print


Cove At Portofino  by Howard Behrens Italian Cliffside Villa Giclee Print

Cove At Portofino by Howard Behrens Italian Cliffside Villa Giclee Print


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One of the more revered Italian artists, Howard Behrens, is a leading artist who has captured the visions of his beloved country with such favorite paintings as: Capri Cove; Costa Brava; Rue de St. Paul; Inn at Lake Garda; Stairway to Carlotta; Caf? Ravello; Blissful Burgundy; Via St. Tropez; a Romantic Canal in Venice; Sunlit Stroll in an Italian Village Town; and many more. Other artists like Peter Bell with his Summer Vista, Bougainvillea Archway, Terrace View, Mediterranean Villa, and dramatic harbor scenes have a slightly different style than the vivacious work of Behrens. We also host works of Guido Borelli, Art Fronckowiak, and Leonard Wren.