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An Architectural Capriccio of the Roman Forum with Philosophers and Soldiers among Ancient Ruins, including the Arch of Janus Quadrifrons, the Sarcophagus of Santa Constanza, the Farnese Hercules and the Cincinnatus

Giovanni Paolo Paninic. 1745-50

The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo

The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo

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  • Title: An Architectural Capriccio of the Roman Forum with Philosophers and Soldiers among Ancient Ruins, including the Arch of Janus Quadrifrons, the Sarcophagus of Santa Constanza, the Farnese Hercules and the Cincinnatus
  • Date Created: c. 1745-50
  • Location Created: Italy
  • Provenance: In the collection of Baron Penrhyn at Penrhyn Castle, North Wales, in whose collection believed to have entered in circa 1860; First recorded by Lady Alice Douglas Pennant in her ‘Catalogue of the Pictures at Penrhyn Castle and Mortimer House in 1901’, private family publication, Bangor 1902, no. 22; Recorded in the ‘Inventory and Valuation for Probate Purposes of Edward Sholto, Baron Penrhyn, at Penrhyn Castle, Bangor’, inventory compiled 1 December 1927 – 19 January 1928, by John Pritchard & Co., Bangor, p. 179, no. 22; Recorded in the ‘Inventory and Valuation for Probate Purposes of Hugh Napier, Fourth Baron Penrhyn’, compiled December 1949 – January 1950, by John Pritchard & Co., Bangor, p. 112, as no. 22; Private collection, England.
  • Physical Dimensions: w1350 x h984 mm
  • Painter: Giovanni Paolo Panini
  • Object title (Japanese): 古代建築と彫刻のカプリッチョ
  • Artist Name (Japanese): パニーニ、ジョヴァンニ・パオロ
  • Type: Paintings
  • Rights: http://www.nmwa.go.jp/en/information/privacy.html
  • External Link: The National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo
  • Medium: Oil on canvas, in a carved and gilt wood frame

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