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Views of Modern Rome - Ravensburger Puzzle

GiovanniPannini ItalianPainter Views of AncientRome Ravensburger Jigsaw Puzzle 5000 Pieces # 174096 viewsofancientrome
Title:    Views of Modern Rome
Artist:  Giovanni Pannini
Size:     Height = 40 inches
             Width = 60 inches
Pieces: 5000
Manufacturer: Ravensburger
Only $89.99
Giovanni Paolo Pannini (or Panini), Italian painter. He was the first painter to specialize in ruins, treating them as Roman 'vedute' of a special kind. He was working in Rome by c. 1717, but the earliest surviving dated picture is of 1727 (London, Wellington Museum); in 1729 he was concerned in a F?te given by Cardinal de Polignac in honour of the birth of the Dauphin and this began a long connection with France and the French Academy in Rome. Paintings of the F?te are in the Louvre (1729) and Dublin (1731). His views of modern Rome, as well as his capricci based on the better-known ruins, had an enormous vogue among Grand Tourists and examples are to be found in most older galleries. Piranesi, though far more of an archaeologist, was influenced by him, and so was Canaletto.
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