The Temple of Hercules Victor in Rome neoclassic fan leaf page

The Temple of Hercules Victor in Rome neoclassic fan leaf page
The Temple of Hercules Victor in Rome neoclassic fan leaf page
The Temple of Hercules Victor in Rome neoclassic fan leaf page
The Temple of Hercules Victor in Rome neoclassic fan leaf page

The Temple of Hercules Victor in Rome neoclassic fan leaf page

3,000.00

A fan leaf page or project never mounted, painted on a fine chicken/swan skin with a view in Rome of the so called Temple of Vesta but actually temple of Hercules Victor or Olivarius in the Forum Boarium, for many .

Within original gilt frame with spandrel mount.

Roman school of the second half of the eighteenth century, attributable to the atelier of Tommaso Bigatti (active between 1770-1810) or Camillo Buti (1747-1808), both specialized in the creation of fans and miniatures on fine leather.

Excellent condition commensurate with age

16.25 in x 9.75 in - 41 cm x 25 cm overall framed.

11.8 in x 6 in - 30 cm x 15 cm the fan itself.

This is one of a pair to be sold together.

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