Lovely steel engraving of a Roman square known as Piazza E Colonna Antonina after architectural and monument engraver Pietro Ruga (died 1820). Piazza e Colonna Antonina was once the main square of Rome due to its strategic location between the Papal Court and the old Renaissance center of the city near the river. When examined closely you can see lively figures, horses, carriages, beggars, priests, noble families, youths, horses and dogs in the foreground in sharp contrast with the orderly urban landscape. In good used condition, mounted on board with green and gilt mat, with toning and imperfections to frame as shown. Shipped fully insured with tracking number. Please provide your zip code for shipping estimate.
Measurements: Frame: 24" by 19.25"; Visible Image: 17.7" by 12.2" (45 cm by 31 cm) approximately.
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