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Reference number

ADD34

Purpose

Robert Adam (1728-1792), Perspective view of the church of the Madonna di Campagna, Rome, showing the entrance loggia, dome and campanile. Black chalk drawing on the end paper of Andrea Palladio I Quattro libri dell'Architettura, Venice 1581.

Aspect

Perspective

Hand

Robert Adam (1728 - 1792)

Notes

Prov: Book purchased at Robert Adam's Sale, May 1818

Level

Drawing

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