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View of the interior of the Tomb of Saint Costanza, built by Constantine the Great, and erroneously called the Temple of Bacchus, now the Church of Saint Costaza.

Giovanni Battista Piranesicira 1760-1778

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Los Angeles, United States

Details

  • Title: View of the interior of the Tomb of Saint Costanza, built by Constantine the Great, and erroneously called the Temple of Bacchus, now the Church of Saint Costaza.
  • Creator: Giovanni Battista Piranesi
  • Date Created: cira 1760-1778
  • Location: Italy
  • Physical Dimensions: 16 5/16 x 21 1/2 in. (41.28 x 54.61 cm)
  • Medium: Etching
  • Series Title: Vedute di Roma, plate 25
  • Object Classification: Prints
  • Full Title: View of the interior of the Tomb of Saint Costanza, built by Constantine the Great, and erroneously called the Temple of Bacchus, now the Church of Saint Costaza.
  • Curatorial Area: Prints and Drawings
  • Credit Line: Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis King, Jr.
  • Chronology: 1751-1800, 1701-1750
  • Artwork Accession Number: M.65.46.4
  • Alternative Titles: Veduta interna del Sepocro di Santa Costanza, fabbricato da Costantino Magno, ed erroneamente detto il Tempio di Bacco, inoggi Chiesa della medesima Santa.

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