Neoclassical

A beautiful folio engraving with scenes from classical antiquity that is 300 years old.

Published by the Benedictine monk Bernard de Montfacaun – one of the founders of modern archaeology. His catalog of ancient Greek and Roman artefacts is one of the most important 18th Century publications of classical antiquity. An exceedingly decorative, and elegantly framed piece that will add a touch of neo-classical grandeur to any interior.

Internal Dimensions – plate mark: 34 x 21cm OR 13 x 8.3in

Date: 1717

Engraving Medium: Copperplate Engraving

Frame: Classic, ornate, with black finish, thick profile, and rich carved ornament in Italian Renaissance style

 SKU: FP92




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