Art in Rome in the Eighteenth Century (Hard Cover)


by Edgar Peters Bowron (Editor)

Grand works of art in all media-oil and fresco, bronze and marble, terracotta, and porcelain, drawings and prints,  textiles, silver and mosaic, jewelry and furniture-were created in Rome during the eighteenth century to embellish Roman churches, palaces, fountains piazazz, gardens, and galleries, as well as for export. This definitive history of eighteenth-century Roman art, architecture, and decorative art captures the grand scale of diverse artistic expression of this century and documents the fashion of Neoclassicism that it inspired.

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