Temple de Vesta a Rome (Corinthian Capital)
A photogravure (Fr. heliogravure) reduction of an architectural rendering, probably in pen and ink wash, by Charles Garnier, one of the French recipients of the Prix de Rome in the second half of the 19th century. The print appeared in ‘Fragments d’Architecture Antique’, edited by Hector d’Espouy and published in Paris by Charles Schmid c1900. Paper size approx. 432 x 297 mm.
Digital Image Only
Image size approx. 326 x 287 mm
For more information on these beautiful prints see the Dover publication ‘Greek and Roman Architecture in Classical Drawings’ by Hector d’Espouy.