Verona. - "Anfiteatro detto L'Arena di Verona"  The antique theater in Verona  called "Arena"  Copper etching by Gaetano Testolini  The print was dedicated to Bartolom(m)eo Amigoni, who was head of the Royal Academy of Arts in Torino.By definition of dedication Amigoni was a patronizer of Testolini.  Below dedication a description of particularities of print numbered 1 through 9.  This large folio view, a bird's eye view into the interior of the arena, was published in Paris, ca. 1770
Verona. - "Anfiteatro detto L'Arena di Verona"  The antique theater in Verona  called "Arena"  Copper etching by Gaetano Testolini  The print was dedicated to Bartolom(m)eo Amigoni, who was head of the Royal Academy of Arts in Torino.By definition of dedication Amigoni was a patronizer of Testolini.  Below dedication a description of particularities of print numbered 1 through 9.  This large folio view, a bird's eye view into the interior of the arena, was published in Paris, ca. 1770
Verona. - "Anfiteatro detto L'Arena di Verona"  The antique theater in Verona  called "Arena"  Copper etching by Gaetano Testolini  The print was dedicated to Bartolom(m)eo Amigoni, who was head of the Royal Academy of Arts in Torino.By definition of dedication Amigoni was a patronizer of Testolini.  Below dedication a description of particularities of print numbered 1 through 9.  This large folio view, a bird's eye view into the interior of the arena, was published in Paris, ca. 1770

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Verona. - "Anfiteatro detto L'Arena di Verona"

The antique theater in Verona  called "Arena"

Copper etching by Gaetano Testolini

The print was dedicated to Bartolom(m)eo Amigoni, who was head of the Royal Academy of Arts in Torino.By definition of dedication Amigoni was a patronizer of Testolini.

Below dedication a description of particularities of print numbered 1 through 9.

This large folio view, a bird's eye view into the interior of the arena, was published in Paris, ca. 1770  The print has three vertical and three horizontal folds to fit the octavo size of the book in which it was published.  The print has light general age toning and, in one folding corner, a very small hole, backed up with 18th century paper. 

Measurements within plate marks: 38,5 x 64,5 cm (ca. 15.2 x 25.4")

 


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