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Winckelmann-Museum Stendal Piranesi Europäische Stadt- und Landschaftsansichten Antikenansichten und antike Topographie in Grafik und Aquarell [WM-VI-b-c-305]

Hadrianeum, Piazza di Pietra

Hadrianeum, Piazza di Pietra (Winckelmann-Museum Stendal CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Winckelmann-Museum Stendal (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

Bezeichnet: VEDUTA DELLA DOGANA DI TERRA A PIAZZA DI PIETRA.
Questa fu fabbricata sulle rovine della Curia di Antonino Pio nel suo Foro. 1. Avanzo di Colonne rimaste, oggi mezzo internate nella nuova Fabbrica. 2. Architrave anico ristorato. 3. Cornicione, ed Ordine Attico nouvamente riffatto. 4. Abitazione moderna. 5. Collegio Bergamasco. &. Quartiere de‘Soldati. /. Strada che va al Corso.
u.r.: Piranesi Architetto fec.

Publiziert: Bouchard & Gravier; Si vendono in Roma dai SS.ri Bouchard, e Gravier Mercanti libraj al Corso presso S. Marcello

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Measurements

Platte: 44 x 59,2 cm

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[Relationship to location]
Temple of Hadrian
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[Relationship to location]
Rome
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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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