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Figure of the Nile. Grande Fountana di Piazza Navona.
Grape harvesting: With Vesuvius in the distance.
Messina:The Strait of Messina with the ship Foudroyant.
Ancona: Panorama of the port from the Adriatic. With 14 vignettes of principal structures.
Florence: Panoramic view from Vaga Loggia on the Arono: After Giuseppe Zocchi
Rimini: View of the Tiberius Bridge over the Marecchia. Completed in 20 AD, it famously withstood all attempts to destroy it in WWII.
Livorno: Balloon view from the Fanal dei Pisani, overlooking the Pentagona de Buotalenti.
Balloon View:Looking towards the Adriatic from near the basilica of St Maria Gloriosa dei Frari.
Ponte Sta Trinita: Panorama from Palazzo Capponi. After Giuseppe Zocchi.
Ponte Rialto: From the Grand Canal.
Genoa: Piazza di Pellicceria. View of Palazzo di Spinolla and its landing stage..
Panorama from the Bay of Naples: Looking towards the city with Mount Vesuvius in the distance. From Hildebrandt’s ‘Round the World’ voyage.
Santa Maria del Fiore: View of the Cathedral and Piazza del Duomo with the procession of Corpus Domini. After Giuseppe Zocchi.
Rialto: Ponte di Rialto.View from the Grand Canal.
Verona: Early view of the Ampitheatre from over the Adige river with decorative border
Verona: Balloon view of the city from above the Castel Vecchio.
Stromboli:View of the volcano from the shores of Panerea.
Milan: Balloon view from above the Policlinico of Milan. Looking towards the Cathedral.
Trevi Fountain: View of the fountain and Piazza.
Trajan’s Column: View from the ruins of Trajan’s forum.
Balloon View from Chiaia beach at Forio: Looking towards Castello Arogonese at Ischia, and Mount Vesuvius.
Palazzo Barberini (Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Antica).
Panoramic view over the Tiber from Janiculum Hill or the Giancolo: With ornate title, festoons and wide decorative border.
Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Frari: East Front with the Campanile.
The Colosseum: View of the exterior of the world’s largest ampitheatre by one of the 18th century’s greatest printmakers. With detailed key. 1st edition, Rome. Hind 57.
Ortles Alps with camp of von Payer who first mapped the Alps in 1865-68 With key.
Sposalizio del Mare: Allegorical marriage of Venice to the Adriatic during the Festa della Sensa (Feast of Ascension). With the Bucentauro, the Galley of the Doge of Venice and other ships in front of San Nicolo al Lido.
Quirinal Hill: Palazzo del Quirinal seen from the Piazza with the statues of Castor and Pollux. The obelisk now erected between them had yet to be found at the Tomb of Augustus. After Giovanni Falda.
Panorama of Florence and its environs: View from the Convento Padri Cappuccini Montughi. After Giuseppe Zocchi.
Bay of Naples: Looking towards Procida and Mount Vesuvius.
Scenes of San Marino: Views of the new Government Palace and Captain-Regent rulers:
Dogano: View of the Grand Canal. After Canaletto.
Rare Panorama of Rome from the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore to St Peter’s Cathedral. With a key to principal buildings and a poem in Latin, Dutch and French to the ‘ornament of Europe’.
Panorama of Forence: Following the annexation of Tuscany into the Kingdom of Italy, Florence became the capital until 1870 when it was replaced by Rome.
Rare Bird’s Eye view of the city of Venice from the Guidecca:
Piazza di San Marco: Looking towards the Basilica.
Italy: An illustrative description of national characteristics.
Turin: Prospective decoration for the Palazzo Reale at Piazza. With key in Italian.
Chariot Rascing in the hippodrome located at the south end of Campus Martius in the area of Teatro Marcello on the Tiber. After Johannes Blaeu.
Bird’s Eye view: From Guidecca near San Giorgi Maggiore towards Piazza San Marco and the Lido.
Palazzo Ducale and the Riva degli Schiavoni: Looking eastwards with the column of St Mark’s to the left. After Antonio Canaletto.
Bird’s eye view of Rome: From the fortifications damaged in the Second Italian War of Independence with emphasis on the Collosseum.