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Winckelmann-Museum Stendal Piranesi Europäische Stadt- und Landschaftsansichten Antikenansichten und antike Topographie in Grafik und Aquarell [WM-VI-b-c-347]

Villa Adriana bei Tivoli, Serapis-Tempel am Canopus

Villa Adriana bei Tivoli, Serapis-Tempel am Canopus (Winckelmann-Museum Stendal CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Winckelmann-Museum Stendal (CC BY-NC-SA)

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Bezeichnet: AVANZI DEL TEMPIO DEL CANOPE NELLA VILLA ADRIANA IN TIVOLI. A.Nicchie e Fontane che erano rinvestite di tartari. B. Volta ch‘era ricoperta di mosaici bianchi, / e di altri colori. Le parieti. C. erano rinvestite di lastre di marmo. Il di dietro di questo tempio / e circondato di conserve d‘acqua e di natazione. Da tali contrasegni crederei ch‘egli dovesse / appartenere al Dio Nettuno più che altri Deita. D. Due gran macigni caduti dalla volta.
u.l.: Cavaliere Piranesi delin. e inc.

Beschreibung: Wasserzeichen: Französische Lilie (Hind 3)

Publiziert: vor der 1. Pariser Ausgabe

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Platte: 45,7 x 58,5 cm

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[Relationship to location]
Villa Adriana
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Tivoli (Latium)
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Object from: Winckelmann-Museum Stendal

Das Winckelmann-Museum wird seit 2000 von der Winckelmann-Gesellschaft getragen. Die Winckelmann-Gesellschaft geht auf eine kontinuierliche Pflege ...

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