Castel Sant'Angelo (Rome, Italy)
Castel Sant'Angelo, Rome: buttresses supporting the foundations. Etching by G.B. Piranesi, ca. 1756.Piranesi, Giovanni Battista, 1720-1778.Date: [1756?]Reference: 2008568i
Castel Sant'Angelo (mausoleum of Hadrian), Rome: as seen from the river. Line engraving by F. Morelli, 1796.Morel, François, approximately 1768-Date: 1796Reference: 22566i
Rome: Castel Sant'Angelo (mausoleum of Hadrian). Coloured engraving, ca. 1804-1811.Spalart, Robert von.Date: [1804?-1811?]Reference: 662136iPart of: Costumes, manners, customs and material culture in Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Coloured engravings, ca. 1804-1811.
Castel Sant'Angelo (mausoleum of Hadrian), Rome, seen from the river. Line engraving by F. Morelli, 1796.Morel, François, approximately 1768-Date: Reference: 2924657i
Rome: a capriccio of ancient buildings in their unruined state, including two temples, an obelisk, and the mausoleum of Hadrian; with sculptures and a fountain. Etching by J.S. Müller, 1746, after G.P. Panini.Panini, Gian Paolo, 1691 or 1692-1765.Date: April 12th 1746Reference: 2921418i