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Giovanni Piranesi

The Tomb, Called La Conocchia, on the Via Appia Near Capua. Avanzi di un antico Sepolcro oggi detto la Conocchia, che se vede poco lungi dalla Porta di Capua per andar a Napoli

1776

Giovanni Piranesi

The Isola Tiberina, with S. Bartolommeo in the Foreground

1775

Giovanni Piranesi

Camera Sepolcrale (Funerial Chamber)

plate 1743, impression c.1750s

Giovanni Piranesi

The Well. Colonnaded Interior with a Broad Staircase Divided in Two by a Stone Projection with Barred Window

1761

Giovanni Piranesi

The Grand Piazza. A Lofty Arch, with Vista on to an Arcade Surmounted by a Frieze

1761

Giovanni Piranesi

The Arch with a Shell Ornament. A Series of Galleries with Round Arches and a Crane-Like Erection of Beams in the Right Foreground

1761

Giovanni Piranesi

The Pier with a Lamp. Round Arches Springing from a Square Column Ornamented with the Heads of Giants with Rings in Their Mouths

1761

Giovanni Piranesi

The Round Tower. A Vaulted Building with a Staircase Leading Round a Central Column with Barred Window in the Center

c. 1761 - early 1770s

Giovanni Piranesi

The Palazzo Dell' Accademia Di Francia (The Palazzo Salviati). Veduta nella Via del Corso, del Palazzo dell'Accademia istituita da Luigi XIV, Re di Francia (View of the Corso from the Academy begun by Louis XIV, King of France)

1752

Giovanni Piranesi

The Palazzo Della Consulta. Veduta del Palazzo fabbricato sul Quirinale per le Segretarie de Brevi e della Sacra Consulta (View of the Palace built on the Quirinal for the Papal Secretaries)

1749

Giovanni Piranesi

The Villa Albani. Veduta della Villa dell' Emo Sigr. Card. Alessandro Albani fuori di Porta Salaria (View of the Villa of Cardinal Alessandro Albani)

1769

Giovanni Piranesi

The Man on the Rack. An Architectural Medley with a Man on the Rack in the Foreground

c. 1761 - early 1770s
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