Joseph Bolzern (Kriens 1828, - Rome, 1901), St. Peter's Basilica and front colonnade

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Joseph Bolzern (Kriens 1828, - Rome, 1901) St. Peter's Basilica and colonnade in front of it Oil on canvas, 53.5 × 70.5 cm - with frame, 67.5 x 85 cm Signed and dated lower left: Bolzern. J. pinx Rome 1889 Undisputed symbol of the history of Rome, St. Peter's Square owes its final...
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Joseph Bolzern (Kriens 1828, - Rome, 1901) St. Peter's Basilica and colonnade in front of it Oil on canvas, 53.5 × 70.5 cm - with frame, 67.5 x 85 cm Signed and dated lower left: Bolzern. J. pinx Rome 1889 Undisputed symbol of the history of Rome, St. Peter's Square owes its final structure to a long and thoughtful gestation. Surrounding one of the thirteen oldest obelisks in the capital, the Egyptian one in red granite from the city of Hieropolis, the square has paid tribute to the Petrine martyrion (memory) of transcendental beauty since the Constantinopolitan era. However, it was only from the seventeenth century that the plan to make San Pietro the center took shape