[Vue d’Optique, optica, Roma] L’Eglise de St. Carlin aux quatre fontaines a Rome (Barok kerk San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane), published ca 1750-1800, 1 p.
Daumont, Paris ca. 1750-1800 358 x 529 mm (plate: 276 x 425 mm) Etching/engraving/watercolour Prospectus Ecclesiae Sancti Carlini ad quatuor fonts Romae; 10e. Vüe d’Optique Représentant; L’Eglise de St. Carlin aux quatre fontaines a Rome; A Paris chez Daumont rue St. Martin Light staining in the margins and a bit rough around the edges. Print is in good state.
A hand coloured optical view of The church of San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane, also called San Carlino, in Rome, Italy. The Baroque church was designed by the architect Francesco Borromini and building 1638-41. The print shows the facade of the church, as seen from the Via del Quirinale. The surroundings are coloured in light pastel-like colours, while the figures are depicted in more vibrant colours.
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