Carlo Labruzzi (1748-1817) - Inside view of an antique building annexed to the walls of Rome in Vigna Casali, in which various
The etching representation of a naumachia show. The naumachia ( literally "naval combat") in the Ancient Roman world referred to both the staging of naval battles as mass entertainment, and the basin or building in which this took place. The author of the work is Onofrio Panvinio.
Dimensions: 45 cm x 39 cm
Artist: Onofrio Panvinio
Origin: Verona, Italy
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