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Lodi Metal Print Collection

Introducing the Lodi Collection from Media Storehouse - a stunning series of Metal Prints inspired by the picturesque landscapes and rich heritage of Lombardy, Italy. Each print is meticulously crafted with vibrant colors and exceptional detail, brought to life on high-quality metal sheets. The sleek, modern design adds a touch of sophistication to any space, while the durable and waterproof material ensures long-lasting beauty. Transport yourself to the heart of Europe with these captivating works of art. Experience the difference of a Media Storehouse Metal Print from the Lodi Collection.

Lodi is a city located in Lombardy, Italy, and is situated on the banks of the Adda River and has a population of around 50,000 people

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75 Metal Prints

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Battle of Lodi 1796 opposing French army leaded by generalBonaparte to austrian troops, engraving

Battle of Lodi 1796 opposing French army leaded by generalBonaparte to austrian troops, engraving
1744952 Battle of Lodi 1796 opposing French army leaded by generalBonaparte to austrian troops, engraving; (add.info.: Battle of Lodi 1796 opposing French army leaded by generalBonaparte to austrian)

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: 8934187

8934187

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Pan and Syrinx, 1510. Creator: Giovanni Agostino da Lodi

Pan and Syrinx, 1510. Creator: Giovanni Agostino da Lodi
Pan and Syrinx, 1510

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Ladon and Syrinx, 1510. Creator: Giovanni Agostino da Lodi

Ladon and Syrinx, 1510. Creator: Giovanni Agostino da Lodi
Ladon and Syrinx, 1510

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Frontispice de ' Del mal del segno calcinacio o moscardino malattia che afflige i bachi da seta e

Frontispice de " Del mal del segno calcinacio o moscardino malattia che afflige i bachi da seta e sul modo di
XEE5028142 Frontispice de " Del mal del segno calcinacio o moscardino malattia che afflige i bachi da seta e sul modo di liberarne le bigattaje anche le piu infestate", 2 volumes, Lodi

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Madonna and Child, 1510-1515. Creator: Giovanni Agostino da Lodi

Madonna and Child, 1510-1515. Creator: Giovanni Agostino da Lodi
Madonna and Child, 1510-1515

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Portrait of Countess Teresa Zumali Marsili with her son Giuseppe, 1831-1833

Portrait of Countess Teresa Zumali Marsili with her son Giuseppe, 1831-1833. Creator: Hayez, Francesco (1791-1882)
Portrait of Countess Teresa Zumali Marsili with her son Giuseppe, 1831-1833. Found in the Collection of the Museo Civico, Lodi

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Miracle of the Deer of Saint Bassiano, from a Choir Book, 1500/10. Creator: Francesco Binasco

Miracle of the Deer of Saint Bassiano, from a Choir Book, 1500/10. Creator: Francesco Binasco
Miracle of the Deer of Saint Bassiano, from a Choir Book, 1500/10

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Italian Renaissance ceiling painting, (1898). Creator: Unknown

Italian Renaissance ceiling painting, (1898). Creator: Unknown
Italian Renaissance ceiling painting, (1898). Figs 1-4: From the choir-arch in S. Maria del Popolo at Rome, (by Pinturicchio.) Fig 5: From one of the Borgia chambers in the Vatican at Rome

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Lodi, Lombardy, Italy. Saint Bassianus cathedral

Lodi, Lombardy, Italy. Saint Bassianus cathedral

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Lodi, Lombardy, Italy. Rural countryside

Lodi, Lombardy, Italy. Rural countryside

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Piazza della Vittoria(Vittoria square). Lodi, Province of Lodi, Lombardy, Italy

Piazza della Vittoria(Vittoria square). Lodi, Province of Lodi, Lombardy, Italy

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Battle of Lodi (1796), 19th century (painting)

Battle of Lodi (1796), 19th century (painting)
1752808 Battle of Lodi (1796), 19th century (painting) by Lejeune, Louis (1775-1848); (add.info.: Battle of Lodi 1796 opposing French army leaded by general Bonaparte to austrian troops on may 10)

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Fruit basket, cabbage, chard and onions (oil on canvas)

Fruit basket, cabbage, chard and onions (oil on canvas)
885109 Fruit basket, cabbage, chard and onions (oil on canvas) by Lodi, Rodolfo (late 17th century); 62x82 cm; Pinacoteca Nazionale, Bologna

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: The Italo-Turkish War, the discovery of the bodies of two valiant officers of the Lodi cavalry

The Italo-Turkish War, the discovery of the bodies of two valiant officers of the Lodi cavalry between
2815490 The Italo-Turkish War, the discovery of the bodies of two valiant officers of the Lodi cavalry between... (colour litho) by Beltrame

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: An episode of value around a Corporal of the Cavalry Lodi who fell, wounded and stripped by

An episode of value around a Corporal of the Cavalry Lodi who fell, wounded and stripped by... (colour litho)
2808496 An episode of value around a Corporal of the Cavalry Lodi who fell, wounded and stripped by... (colour litho) by Beltrame

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Emperor Frederic I Barberossa (1122-1190) on his second trip to Italy in 1158 passes the river Adda

Emperor Frederic I Barberossa (1122-1190) on his second trip to Italy in 1158 passes the river Adda
ELD4850104 Emperor Frederic I Barberossa (1122-1190) on his second trip to Italy in 1158 passes the river Adda and meets the people of Lodi who beg him to get their territory back

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: France invites the Genius of Painting to transmit to future generations the story of French

France invites the Genius of Painting to transmit to future generations the story of French conquests
XIR347328 France invites the Genius of Painting to transmit to future generations the story of French conquests and the victories of her armies, c.1800 (gouache) by Lesueur, P. A

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Portrait of Countess Teresa Zumali Marisili and her son Giuseppe, 1833 (oil on canvas)

Portrait of Countess Teresa Zumali Marisili and her son Giuseppe, 1833 (oil on canvas)
6200606 Portrait of Countess Teresa Zumali Marisili and her son Giuseppe, 1833 (oil on canvas) by Hayez, Francesco (1791-1882); Museo Civico, Lodi

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Portrait of Countess Teresa Zumali Marisili and her son Giuseppe, 1833 (oil on canvas)

Portrait of Countess Teresa Zumali Marisili and her son Giuseppe, 1833 (oil on canvas)
6200605 Portrait of Countess Teresa Zumali Marisili and her son Giuseppe, 1833 (oil on canvas) by Hayez, Francesco (1791-1882); Museo Civico, Lodi

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Peace of Lodi; 1454. Register of the family of the Dukes of Visconti with the signatures of Paolo

Peace of Lodi; 1454. Register of the family of the Dukes of Visconti with the signatures of Paolo Barbo for Venice
GIA4693966 Peace of Lodi; 1454. Register of the family of the Dukes of Visconti with the signatures of Paolo Barbo for Venice, Francesco Sforza for Milan, notaries G

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Isaac invites Esau to hunt. 15th century manuscript. 15th century antiphonary

Isaac invites Esau to hunt. 15th century manuscript. 15th century antiphonary
GIA4817012 Isaac invites Esau to hunt. 15th century manuscript. 15th century antiphonary. Library of Lodi by Unknown Artist, (15th century); Museo Civico, Lodi

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Napoleon during the battle and passage of the bridge of Lodi in 1796

Napoleon during the battle and passage of the bridge of Lodi in 1796
LSE4320986 Napoleon during the battle and passage of the bridge of Lodi in 1796. Image of Epinal, 19th century. by French School

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Campaign of Italy (1796-1797): 'Portrait of Louis Alexandre (Louis-Alexandre

Campaign of Italy (1796-1797): "Portrait of Louis Alexandre (Louis-Alexandre
JLJ4647556 Campaign of Italy (1796-1797): " Portrait of Louis Alexandre (Louis-Alexandre) Berthier (1753-1815), Prince of Neuchatel

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Madonna with Child and St. Sebastian

Madonna with Child and St. Sebastian
3567531 Madonna with Child and St. Sebastian by Lodi, Giovanni Agostino da (fl.1490-1520); Galleria e Museo Estense, Modena

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Frederick Barbarossa, in 1158, asked by its inhabitants to rebuild Lodi

Frederick Barbarossa, in 1158, asked by its inhabitants to rebuild Lodi
LLM454552 Frederick Barbarossa, in 1158, asked by its inhabitants to rebuild Lodi by Scarpelli, Tancredi (1866-1937); Private Collection; (add.info.: Frederick Barbarossa, in 1158)

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Head of a beardless man looking downward (red chalk on paper)

Head of a beardless man looking downward (red chalk on paper)
CTS413048 Head of a beardless man looking downward (red chalk on paper) by Lodi, Giovanni Agostino da (fl.1490-1520); 12.2x10.4 cm; eThe Devonshire Collections

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Madonna and Child with St. Sebastian (panel)

Madonna and Child with St. Sebastian (panel)
AII78333 Madonna and Child with St. Sebastian (panel) by Lodi, Giovanni Agostino da (fl.1490-1520); Galleria e Museo Estense, Modena, Italy; Italian, out of copyright

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Church of the Virgin Crowned in Lodi

Church of the Virgin Crowned in Lodi
GIA4816973 Church of the Virgin Crowned in Lodi. by Unknown Artist, (16th century); Chiesa dell Incoronata, Lodi, Milan, Italy; (add.info)

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Adoration of the Magi (oil on panel, 1519)

Adoration of the Magi (oil on panel, 1519)
LRI4602259 Adoration of the Magi (oil on panel, 1519) by Giovanni Agostino da Lodi (fl.1500-20); Pinacoteca di Brera, Milan

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: La Nativity, representation from a Choir of the Chiesa dell Incoronata di Lodi, Milan

La Nativity, representation from a Choir of the Chiesa dell Incoronata di Lodi, Milan
GIA4738741 La Nativity, representation from a Choir of the Chiesa dell Incoronata di Lodi, Milan. by Unknown Artist, (16th century); Chiesa dell Incoronata, Lodi, Milan

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Emperor Frederic I Barberossa (1122-1190) (Frederic I of Hohenstaufen

Emperor Frederic I Barberossa (1122-1190) (Frederic I of Hohenstaufen
GIA4727870 Emperor Frederic I Barberossa (1122-1190) (Frederic I of Hohenstaufen) on his second trip to Italy in 1158 passes the river Adda

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Campaign of Italy: 'view of the Battle of Lodi on 10 / 05 / 1796'

Campaign of Italy: "view of the Battle of Lodi on 10 / 05 / 1796"
JLJ4649438 Campaign of Italy: " view of the Battle of Lodi on 10/05/1796" Painting by Antoine Vernet dit Carle (1758-1836) 1796 Boissy Saint Leger

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Italian Campaign: On the evening of the Battle of Lodi on May 10

Italian Campaign: On the evening of the Battle of Lodi on May 10
JLJ4617967 Italian Campaign: On the evening of the Battle of Lodi on May 10, 1796 (21 Floreal of Year IV) Sergeant Robert, on behalf of his comrades

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Seizing a Flag, He Himself Led His Men Across the Bridge

Seizing a Flag, He Himself Led His Men Across the Bridge
STC292438 Seizing a Flag, He Himself Led His Men Across the Bridge, plate from The Story of France, by Mary MacGregor, 1920 (coloured litho) by Rainey

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: The evening of the Battle of Lodi (colour litho)

The evening of the Battle of Lodi (colour litho)
725695 The evening of the Battle of Lodi (colour litho) by Job, pseudonym for Onfray de Breville, Jacques (1858-1931); Private Collection; (add.info.: The evening of the Battle of Lodi)

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Charles VIII visiting Gian Galeazzo Sforza in Pavia Castle, 1822 (oi on canvas)

Charles VIII visiting Gian Galeazzo Sforza in Pavia Castle, 1822 (oi on canvas)
3496835 Charles VIII visiting Gian Galeazzo Sforza in Pavia Castle, 1822 (oi on canvas) by Palagi, Pelagio (1775-1860); Museo Civico, Lodi, Italy; Photo eMauro Ranzani; Italian, out of copyright

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: After the Battle of Lodi, the old soldiers offered their young commander has the rank of corporal

After the Battle of Lodi, the old soldiers offered their young commander has the rank of corporal
3101002 After the Battle of Lodi, the old soldiers offered their young commander has the rank of corporal, origin of the nickname The Little Corporal, that remained with Napoleon

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: The Great Historical Ride in Honor Of Fanfulla, Crossing The Streets Of Lodi (colour litho)

The Great Historical Ride in Honor Of Fanfulla, Crossing The Streets Of Lodi (colour litho)
2798668 The Great Historical Ride in Honor Of Fanfulla, Crossing The Streets Of Lodi (colour litho) by Beltrame, Achille (1871-1945); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Solemn swearing of the oath establishing the Cisalpine Republic, 29 June 1796 (engraving)

Solemn swearing of the oath establishing the Cisalpine Republic, 29 June 1796 (engraving)
3100174 Solemn swearing of the oath establishing the Cisalpine Republic, 29 June 1796 (engraving) by Appiani, Andrea the Elder (1754-1817) (after); Private Collection; (add.info)

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: General Bonaparte gives his orders to the battle of the bridge of Lodi (10 May 1796

General Bonaparte gives his orders to the battle of the bridge of Lodi (10 May 1796
JLJ4599992 General Bonaparte gives his orders to the battle of the bridge of Lodi (10 May 1796) during the first campaign of Italy (1796-1797) Painting by Louis Francois Lejeune (1775-1848)

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Illustration by Bombled Louis (1862-1927) from the book '

Illustration by Bombled Louis (1862-1927) from the book "
JLJ4626973 Illustration by Bombled Louis (1862-1927) from the book " The Memorial of Saint Helene" by Count Emmanuel de Las Cases (1766-1842)

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: The artists of the court of Ludovic Marie Sforza known as the More

The artists of the court of Ludovic Marie Sforza known as the More
QUA5032296 The artists of the court of Ludovic Marie Sforza known as the More (Ludovico Maria Sforza detto il Moro, 1452-1508), 1823 (oil on canvas) by Diotti, Giuseppe (1779-1846); Museo Civico

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: The empty tomb. Miniature in a 15th century choir, Church of the Crowned Virgin of Lodi

The empty tomb. Miniature in a 15th century choir, Church of the Crowned Virgin of Lodi
GIA4817140 The empty tomb. Miniature in a 15th century choir, Church of the Crowned Virgin of Lodi. by Unknown Artist, (15th century); Chiesa dell Incoronata, Lodi, Milan

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: The sacrifice of Noah. Antiphonary of the 15th century. Biblioteca de Lodi

The sacrifice of Noah. Antiphonary of the 15th century. Biblioteca de Lodi
GIA4817381 The sacrifice of Noah. Antiphonary of the 15th century. Biblioteca de Lodi by Unknown Artist, (15th century); Museo Civico, Lodi, Italy; (add.info.: The sacrifice of Noah)

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Manuscript of a liturgical song. Miniature representing the resurrection. 15th century

Manuscript of a liturgical song. Miniature representing the resurrection. 15th century
GIA4816746 Manuscript of a liturgical song. Miniature representing the resurrection. 15th century. Church of the Crowned Virgin of Lodi

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Miniature depicting the creation of Adam and Eve by God. Antiphonary. 15th century

Miniature depicting the creation of Adam and Eve by God. Antiphonary. 15th century
GIA4811958 Miniature depicting the creation of Adam and Eve by God. Antiphonary. 15th century.Biblioteca by Lodi by Unknown Artist, (15th century); Biblioteca Laudense, Lodi

Background imageLodi Metal Print Collection: Bonaparte aiming the cannon at Lodi (colour litho)

Bonaparte aiming the cannon at Lodi (colour litho)
725954 Bonaparte aiming the cannon at Lodi (colour litho) by Myrbach-Rheinfeld, Felicien baron de (b.1853) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Bonaparte aiming the cannon at Lodi)



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Lodi Metal Print Collection

Lodi is a city located in Lombardy, Italy, and is situated on the banks of the Adda River and has a population of around 50,000 people. The city is known for its rich history, having been founded by the Romans in 222 BC, an important trading center during the Middle Ages and was also home to several noble families throughout its history. Today, it is a popular tourist destination due to its many churches and monuments such as the Cathedral of San Bassiano, which dates back to 1160 AD. There are also several museums in Lodi that showcase its long history including the Civic Museum of Archaeology and Natural Sciences which houses artifacts from Roman times through to modern day.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Lodi collection from Media Storehouse is a stunning array of wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards that showcase the beauty of Lombardy Italy in Europe. Our collection features breathtaking images of the city's historic landmarks such as the Cathedral of Lodi and the Porta Cremona gate. It also captures the picturesque countryside with its rolling hills and vineyards. The high-quality prints are available in a range of sizes to suit any space or budget. Whether you're looking for a statement piece for your living room or a small gift for someone special, there's something for everyone in this collection. Each print is carefully crafted using premium materials to ensure it lasts a lifetime. The vibrant colors and intricate details make these pieces truly unique works of art that will enhance any home or office decor. The Lodi collection from Media Storehouse offers an exquisite selection of Italian-inspired artwork that celebrates one of Europe's most beautiful regions.
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What are Lodi (Lombardy Italy Europe) art prints?

Lodi art prints are artistic representations of the city of Lodi, located in Lombardy, Italy. These prints showcase the beauty and culture of this historic European city through various mediums such as photography, painting, and illustration. The artwork captures iconic landmarks like Piazza della Vittoria and Porta Cremona along with picturesque streets and buildings that make up the charm of Lodi. The prints also feature cultural events like the Palio di San Bassiano horse race which is held annually in August. These art prints from Media Storehouse are perfect for those who have visited or have a connection to Lodi or simply appreciate Italian culture. They can be used to decorate homes, offices or any space where one wants to add a touch of elegance and sophistication. With a wide range of sizes available, these art prints offer flexibility in terms of display options making them an ideal gift for friends or family members who love travel or fine arts.
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What Lodi (Lombardy Italy Europe) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Lodi art prints that capture the beauty and essence of this Lombardy city in Italy. From stunning photographs of the historic Piazza della Vittoria to picturesque views of the Adda River, there is something for everyone. The collection includes images showcasing Lodi's rich cultural heritage, such as its beautiful churches and ancient architecture. You can also find prints featuring local festivals and events, including the famous Palio di San Bassiano horse race. Whether you're looking for a classic black-and-white print or a vibrant color image, we have an extensive selection to choose from. These high-quality art prints are perfect for adding some Italian charm to your home or office decor or as gifts for lovers of Italian culture and history.
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To buy Lodi art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse through our collection of images featuring the city and its surroundings. Once you have found an image that you like, select the size and format of the print that suits your needs. You can choose between different paper types such as glossy or matte finish. After selecting your preferred options, add the item to your cart and proceed to checkout. At this point, you will be asked to provide your personal information for billing purposes. Make sure to double-check all details before submitting your order. We offer a secure payment system so you can rest assured that your transaction is safe. Your order will then be processed and shipped according to their standard procedures. Buying Lodi art prints from Media Storehouse is a simple process that allows you to bring a piece of Lombardy's beauty into your home or office space.
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How much do Lodi (Lombardy Italy Europe) art prints cost?

We offer a wide range of Lodi art prints that vary in price depending on the size and type of print. Our collection includes high-quality photographic prints, canvas prints, framed prints, and more. Each piece is carefully crafted to showcase the beauty and charm of Lodi's stunning landscapes, architecture, and culture. We understand that art is a personal investment for many people, which is why we strive to provide affordable options without compromising on quality. Our prices are competitive with other online retailers offering similar products. Whether you're looking for a small print to add some character to your home or office space or a large statement piece to make an impact in any room, our selection has something for everyone. We take pride in providing exceptional customer service and ensuring that each order arrives safely packaged and ready to display.
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We take great care in ensuring that your Lodi art prints are delivered to you safely and securely. We use high-quality packaging materials to protect your artwork during transit and ensure that it arrives at your doorstep in pristine condition. Our delivery partners are reliable and efficient, ensuring that your order is processed quickly and delivered to you within the estimated timeframe. You can track the progress of your order online using our tracking system, which provides real-time updates on the status of your shipment. We offer a range of delivery options depending on where you are located, including standard shipping for domestic orders and international shipping for customers outside of Italy. Our team is always available to answer any questions or concerns you may have about the delivery process, so please don't hesitate to get in touch if you need assistance.