Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Le antichità di Roma,Tempio di Diana, 1764, on heavy cotton canvas, 22x27" approx.

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Giovanni Batista Piranesi ( 1720-1778 ), était un archéologue, architecte et artiste classique italien, célèbre pour ses gravures des édifices classiques de Rome au milieu de vues fantastiques et de "prisons" imaginaires et atmosphériques.

Giovanni Batista Piranesi (1720-1778), was an Italian archaeologist, architect and classical artist, famous for his engravings of classical buildings of Rome amidst fantastic views and imaginary and atmospheric "prisons". Collecting his etchings was an important part on anyone's "Grand Tour".

Recreated onto a heavy 100% cotton canvas and not fragile papers, my prints can be easily rolled and presented as a gift or retrieved from storage for having fascinating conversation piece.

Your item has a durable protective coating which would allow it to be framed without heavy, glaring glass.

Frame it yourself! Not all that hard to do. A rustic looking frame will enhance its appearance or just use the 4 map pins, provided at no charge, to tack to your wall!

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All unit measurements are approximate, most usually 22x27".

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