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Vue de la porte Saint-Paul à Rome, effet du matin - Auguste de Forbin

Vue de la porte Saint-Paul à Rome, effet du matin - Auguste de Forbin

Caspar van Wittel View of the arch of Titus in Rome

View of the Arch of Titus - (Gaspar Van Wittel (Caspar Andriaans Van Wittel))

Giuseppe Vasi opened his Book on the Palaces of Rome with a special, not numbered plate dedicated to the "Palace" par excellence. In his introduction to the plate Vasi wrote: "(Readers) you should not think it a strange idea, if in showing you the magnificent Palaces of Rome I will start by showing first the ruins on the Palatine hill, because from these ruins the word Palace originated." At the time of Vasi most of the hill was part of Orti Farnesiani.

Giuseppe Vasi opened his Book on the Palaces of Rome with a special, not numbered plate dedicated to the "Palace" par excellence. In his introduction to the plate Vasi wrote: "(Readers) you should not think it a strange idea, if in showing you the magnificent Palaces of Rome I will start by showing first the ruins on the Palatine hill, because from these ruins the word Palace originated." At the time of Vasi most of the hill was part of Orti Farnesiani.

A View of the Campidoglio, Rome.

View of the Campidoglio,Rome (with a fictitious column at the left) Louis de Caullery.

Le Prince Lointain: Ippolito Caffi (1809-1866), Rome, Vue du Pincio au Coucher de Soleil - 1855

'Rome, view from the Pincio at Sinset' by Ippolito Caffi, 1855

JOLI DE DIPI Antonio,Rome, a capriccio view of the Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine,Sotheby's,London

JOLI DE DIPI Antonio,Rome, a capriccio view of the Colosseum and the Arch of Constantine Sothebys London

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