Monuments of Rome

Circa 1855-1860

TOMMASSO CUCCIONI (1790-1864) (fotographer)

Albumin photographs glued on cartonné paper, made by Tomás Cuccioni, one of the pioneers of photography in Italy (in addition, was engraver). The images taken by Cuccioni’s photographic studio are the first photographs of monuments of the eternal city. Stamp of its photographic studio.

Arch of Septimius Severus; Fortuna Virilis Temple; Temple of Vesta i Source of the Tritons; Coliseum; Arch of Constantine.

Fine state but few zones affected by foxing.

Size: 360 x 470 mm
Platemark size: 227 x 313 mm
Price: 400 (1)€