Francesco Chiarottini (1748 - 1796), Roman architectural capriccio with characters, Oil on glass

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Francesco Chiarottini (1748 - 1796), Roman architectural capriccio with characters Oil on glass, 52 x 67 cm without frame, object accompanied by a certificate of authenticity and expertise (attached at the bottom of the page) The valuable painting, work attributable to the painter Francesco...
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Francesco Chiarottini (1748 - 1796), Roman architectural capriccio with characters Oil on glass, 52 x 67 cm without frame, object accompanied by a certificate of authenticity and expertise (attached at the bottom of the page) The valuable painting, work attributable to the painter Francesco Chiarottini and made in oil on glass, it depicts an architectural Capriccio, that is an architectural fantasy obtained by putting together buildings, archaeological ruins and other architectural elements in imaginary combinations and with unreal but plausible elements. In the work proposed here it is possible to distinguish several ancient monuments existing in Rome. On the right, in the background, you can see the Temple of San Pietro i

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