The temples of Vesta and Sybille in Tivoli
By Albert Christoph Dies
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Edition size: limited
Image size: 33,8 x 25,8 cm
Sheet size: 48,9 x 39,1 cm
Price: 500 (incl. taxes)
Signed, dated and inscribed: "A. C. Dies f. Romæ 1793 | Tempy della Sivilla, e di Vesta á Tivoli". The most frequently depicted view of Tivoli with the two Templars, which were used as churches in the Middle Ages, was therefore not destroyed high above the gorge of Anio. To the left is the church of S. Rocco. A drawing artist, perhaps a self-portrait, sits in front of the imposing scenery..
Series: Prospects from Italy, by Johann Christian Reinhart, Jakob Wilhelm Mechau and Albert Christoph Dies
Catalogue raisonné: Andresen III, Nr. 11, Fichter Nr. 55, Köln 1984, Nr. 62
Italy, landscape, botany, nature, antiquity, artists, Classicism, Architecture
Very good condition. Slightly wavy in the middle. Slightly soiled on the edge of the sheet. The corners of the leaves are slightly bumped.