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A pair of early 19th century capriccio landscapes depicting figures amongst classical ruins in an Italianate landscape. Oil on canvases in 18th century style gilt and gesso frames.
Follower of Giovanni Paolo Panini (1691-1765). Panini was a painter and architect who worked mainly in Rome. He became best known for his vistas of Rome and scenes of it's architectural antiquities and ruins often in imaginary groupings known as a 'capriccio'. He also painted portraits, including one of Pope Benedict XIV and 'verdute' which were paintings of picture galleries containing paintings with views of Rome.


72 x 58cm

Condition report

Good, ready to hang condition
Open by appointment and at fairs