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This vintage print of a Tuscan Portico with Pedestal, is an architectural drawing from the Canon of the Five Orders of Architecture, by Giacomo Vignola. The book was first published in 1562. This plate is from a book printed in Paris, France, circa 1920.

This vintage architectural plate would make a beautiful gift for anyone interested in architecture and/or history of art. Plate 6. Perfect for framing. Full image in picture number 2.

Size: 8" by 11.5"

In excellent condition, the plate has no foxing and normal age toning.

This is the actual page from a 1920 book, not a reproduction. It will be sent securely rolled in a mailing tube. Additional prints in the same order will be shipped for free.

More prints of the same series:

Set of three prints:

Tuscan Portico with Pedestal Vignola, Vintage Architectural Print, Roman Architecture 1920s

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  • Vintage item from the 1920s
  • Materials: original vintage steel engraving, original vintage print
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  • Ships worldwide from Punta del Este, Uruguay