Title of the print: Veduta dell’ Anfiteatro Flavio, detto il Colosseo (1)
Artist: Giovanni Battista Piranesi (1720 – 1778)
Original publication: Le Vedute di Roma
Paper size: 32 x 21.7 inches (81 x 55 cm)
Edition: The edition is limited to 250 prints, numbered 1/250 to 250/250, signed and stamped with a blind embossing.
About the original: In 1803, Joseph Bonaparte, Napoleon’s brother and King of Naples (from 1806-1808) and the King of Spain (from 1808-1813), donated Piranesi’s original etchings to the Ghent library.
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We offer high-quality, historic giclée prints, that are identical to the original in size, color and tone. Single prints are created in editions of max. 250 prints, signed, numbered 1/250 to 250/250 and stamped with a blind embossing. Complete sets will be limited to max. 50 sets, numbered 1/50H to 50/50H, signed and stamped with a blind embossing.