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G.L. Taylor and Edward Cresy, Temple of Jupiter Stator, Rome: the capital one quarter the actual size

Temple of Jupiter Stator, Rome: the capital one quarter the actual size, 1822

After G.L. Taylor (1788 - 1873) and After Edward Cresy (1792 - 1858)

RA Collection: Art

Title
Temple of Jupiter Stator, Rome: the capital one quarter the actual size
Drawn by
After G.L. Taylor (1788 - 1873) and After Edward Cresy (1792 - 1858)
Lithographed by
G.H. Jones (fl. ca. 1821 - 1822?)
Printed by
Published by
From
E. Cresy and G.L. Taylor, The architectural antiquities of Rome, London 1821-22, vol.II (pl.XC)
Date
1822
Object type
Plate
Place of Publication
London
Medium
Chalk lithograph
Dimensions

415 mm x 343 mm

Collection
Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
05/530
This image is from a book

The Architectural Antiquities Of Rome; Measured And Delineated By G.L. Taylor And Edward Cresy, Architects, And Fellows Of The Society Of Antiquaries. Vol. I. (II.) - London:: 1821. (-1822.)

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