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Architectural drawing, gate of the Farnese Palace on the Palatine in Rome. This steel engraving plate would make a beautiful gift for anyone interested in architecture and/or history of art. Plate 66. Perfect for framing. Full image in picture number 2.

Source: Canon of the five orders of architecture (in Spanish) by Vignola, published by Garnier in Paris, France, circa 1920. The original book by Vignola was first published in 1562.

Size: 8" by 11.5"

In good condition.

Minor imperfections are to be expected from vintage prints due to their age. Important blemishes are described and shown in the pictures (please look at them carefully). Colors might vary depending on your monitor.

This is the actual page from a 1920 book, not a reproduction.

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Set of three prints:

Farnese Palace Gate Architecture Drawing Rome, Vignola, Steel Engraving 1920s


  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Material: original vintage steel engraving
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