Offered by La Sculpture Françoise
Ancient sculpture & master drawings, works of Art
Giuseppe Panini (1720-1812) was an engineer, architect and archaeologist. For example, he completed the Trevi Fountain in Rome. He is the son of the great painter Giovanni Paolo Panini.
Carried out in 1772 at the request of Monsignor Braschi, Treasurer General of the Vatican, future Pope Pius VI, the work carried out consists of making this part of the Tiber River, north of Rome, navigable.
Pen, watercolor and wash painting
Central fold, some wettings.
Gilt wood frame.
Dimensions of the drawn part: 68 cm by 41 cm
Frame: 81 cm by 58 cm
25 000 €