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Julien-David Le Roy, View of the monument called commonly at Athens, the Arc of Theseus.

View of the monument called commonly at Athens, the Arc of Theseus., 1758

Julien-David Le Roy (1724 - 1803)

RA Collection: Art

Title
View of the monument called commonly at Athens, the Arc of Theseus.
Artist/designer
Julien-David Le Roy (1724 - 1803)
Engraved by
From
J.-D. Le Roy, Les Ruines des plus beaux Monumens de la Grèce, Paris 1758, pt. 1, pl. XXI.
Date
1758
Object type
Plate
Place of Publication
Paris
Medium
Etching
Dimensions

275 mm x 435 mm

Collection
Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
16/89
This image is from a book

Les Ruines Des Plus Beaux Monuments De La Grèce: Ouvrage Divisé En Deux Parties, Où L'On Considere, Dans La Premiere, Ces Monuments Du Côté De L'Histoire; Et Dans La Seconde, Du Côté De L'Architecture. Par M. Le Roy, Architecte, ancien Pensionnaire du Roi à Rome, & de l'Institut de Bologne. - A Paris,: [1758]

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