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Piaza che va a Scola greca (Piazza That Goes to the Greek School), pl. 35 from the series Alcune vedute et prospettive di luoghi dishabitati di Roma (Some Views and Perspectives of the Uninhabited Places of Rome)
Piaza che va a Scola greca (Piazza That Goes to the Greek School), pl. 35 from the series Alcune vedute et prospettive di luoghi dishabitati di Roma (Some Views and Perspectives of the Uninhabited Places of Rome)
Date:
1629
Location:
Not on display
Century:
Media:
Etching
Dimensions:
9.7 x 13 cm (image)
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Object Type:
Country:
Continent:
Europe
Provenance:

Provenance:
D. Tunick, 1977; M.S. Sopher;
From a set of fifty-two plates (B. 12-63), of which the first two, title page (B. 12) and dedication page ( B. 13), and no. 17( Campo Vaccino, B. 28) are apparently lacking (as of 10/23/96).

Accession Number:
1993.63.97
Acquisition Date:
1993-09-16
Credit Line:

Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Sopher Collection

Rome: 2 pedestrians, man on horseback in open area flanked by buildings (one round built into wall, one with classical format), church complex at far end of plaza, distant hill

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