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Panini, Giovanni Paolo Ruins with Scene of the Apostle Paul Preaching oil painting


Ruins with Scene of the Apostle Paul Preaching
Painting ID::  19753
Panini, Giovanni Paolo
Ruins with Scene of the Apostle Paul Preaching
1744 Oil on canvas The Hermitage, St. Petersburg.

   
   
     

Panini, Giovanni Paolo The Plaza and Church of St. Maria Maggiore oil painting


The Plaza and Church of St. Maria Maggiore
Painting ID::  19754
Panini, Giovanni Paolo
The Plaza and Church of St. Maria Maggiore
1744 Oil on canvas

   
   
     

Panini, Giovanni Paolo Roman Ruins with Figures oil painting


Roman Ruins with Figures
Painting ID::  19755
Panini, Giovanni Paolo
Roman Ruins with Figures
1730 Oil on canvas National Gallery, London.

   
   
     

Panini, Giovanni Paolo Interior of Saint Peter's, Rome oil painting


Interior of Saint Peter's, Rome
Painting ID::  19756
Panini, Giovanni Paolo
Interior of Saint Peter's, Rome
1746-54 Oil on canvas National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.

   
   
     

Panini, Giovanni Paolo View of Rome from Mt. Mario, In the Southeast oil painting


View of Rome from Mt. Mario, In the Southeast
Painting ID::  19757
Panini, Giovanni Paolo
View of Rome from Mt. Mario, In the Southeast
1749 Oil on canvas Gemäldegalerie, Berlin.

   
   
     

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     Panini, Giovanni Paolo
     Italian Neoclassical Painter, ca.1691-1765 Italian painter, architect and stage designer. He was a highly prolific and versatile painter, best known for his numerous vedute of Rome, many of which focused on the remnants of the city's Classical past. Ceremonies and festivals often feature in his vedute, which thus constitute a lively documentation of contemporary topography, lifestyle and customs. In contrast to Bernardo Bellotto and Gaspar van Wittel, his treatment is picturesque rather than rigorous; he liked to enliven and animate his views by adding numerous figures. He worked exclusively in Rome and by the end of his career was the head of a thriving workshop that included the Frenchman Hubert Robert (in Rome from 1754) and Panini's son Francesco Panini (b 1738).

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