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Temple of Concord engraving Philotee Francois Duflos Rome

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Duflos - Temple of Concord


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Original antique print


'Il Tempio della Concordia'. Published in a series of views of Rome by various artists including Piranesi titled 'Raccolta di varie Vedute di Roma' published in Rome, circa 1750. Duflos was a French artist and engraver who was a contemporary of Vasi, Zocchi and Piranesi. He was a pupil of the Academie royale from 1722 and received the prix de Rome in 1729. He studied with Jean-Francis de Troy in Rome from 1733 to 1745. He is best known for his engraved vedute. The Temple of Concord in the ancient city of Rome was a temple dedicated to the Roman goddess Concordia at the western end of the Roman Forum. The temple was vowed in 367 BC by Marcus Furius Camillus but was not actually built until 167 BC. Previous owner's name inscribed on reverse not affecting the engraving.

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artist Philotee Francois Duflos (1710-1746)
method Etching and engraving
date C1750
size 130mm by 175mm (platemark)
SKU CL1193