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Rome : Eternal City
Rome, known as the “common fatherland,” was the goal of pilgrims, travelers, and artists from all over Europe.
Rome, known as the “common fatherland,” was the goal of pilgrims, travelers, and artists from all over Europe. One of the most celebrated was Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720–1778), a Venetian who spent his entire career in Rome. He produced on average two etchings a month (fourteen are featured in this installation), and his image of Roman grandeur left an indelible stamp on the European imagination. His vedute (city views), meant for Grand Tour visitors, show the most famous monumentsView more
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Sep 11, 2022