Giovanni Paolo Pannini

1691-1765 Italian Giovanni Paolo Pannini Galleries Italian painter. After gaining fame for his fresco painting, he specialized in Roman topography and became the foremost artist in that field in the 18th century. His real and imaginary views of ancient Roman ruins embody precise observation and tender nostalgia and combine elements of late classical Baroque art with incipient Romanticism. His work was popular both with tourists and his peers: he was admitted to the Acad??mie Française in 1732 and became its professor of perspective.

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Giovanni Paolo Pannini Picture Gallery with Views of Modern Rome oil painting


Picture Gallery with Views of Modern Rome
Painting ID::  1107
Artist: Giovanni Paolo Pannini
Painting: Picture Gallery with Views of Modern Rome
Introduction: 1757 Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 67 x 96 1/4 in. / 170 x 244.5 cm
   
   
     

Giovanni Paolo Pannini Views of Ancient Rome oil painting


Views of Ancient Rome
Painting ID::  1109
Artist: Giovanni Paolo Pannini
Painting: Views of Ancient Rome
Introduction: 1758 Musee du Louvre, Paris 90.94 x 119.29 in / 231 x 303 cm
   
   
     

Giovanni Paolo Pannini Roman Capriccio oil painting


Roman Capriccio
Painting ID::  1111
Artist: Giovanni Paolo Pannini
Painting: Roman Capriccio
Introduction: 1734 Maidstone Museum and Art Gallery, Kent, UK
   
   
     

Giovanni Paolo Pannini Roma Antica oil painting


Roma Antica
Painting ID::  40567
Artist: Giovanni Paolo Pannini
Painting: Roma Antica
Introduction: mk156 1758 Oil on canvas 231x303cm
   
   
     

Giovanni Paolo Pannini Picture Gallery with views of Modern Rome oil painting


Picture Gallery with views of Modern Rome
Painting ID::  40568
Artist: Giovanni Paolo Pannini
Painting: Picture Gallery with views of Modern Rome
Introduction: mk156 1759 Oil on canvas 231x303cm
   
   
     

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     1691-1765 Italian Giovanni Paolo Pannini Galleries Italian painter. After gaining fame for his fresco painting, he specialized in Roman topography and became the foremost artist in that field in the 18th century. His real and imaginary views of ancient Roman ruins embody precise observation and tender nostalgia and combine elements of late classical Baroque art with incipient Romanticism. His work was popular both with tourists and his peers: he was admitted to the Acad??mie Française in 1732 and became its professor of perspective.