veduta

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veduta

(vɛˈduːtə)
n
(Art Terms) a painting of a town or city

veduta

A painting of a city or town lucid and faithful enough that the location is easily identified.
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Panini not only excelled as a vedutisti, he was also an architect and a professor of perspective and optics at the French Academy in Rome.
in the Dutch pictures', he probably had Canaletto (Giovanni Antonio Canal; 1697-1768) and his fellow vedutisti in mind.
Both are known as vedutisti of eighteenth century Venice, and Banti has used them and our collective memory with the precision of her original trade.
1999), Vedutisti e viaggiatori in Italia tra Settecento e Ottocento, Torino, Bollati Boringhieri.
Vedutisti come Pannini, Piranesi, Bellotto, Canaletto, e Vanvitelli ebbero un successo straordinario tra i viaggiatori del Grand Tour.
This country was mainly a visual spectacle for eighteenth-century British readers familiar with the works of Piranesi, Claude, Canaletto and the infinite number of Italian vedutisti who sold their paintings to Northern travellers as souvenirs of the peninsula.
An interdisciplinary team from the UO's School of Architecture and Allied Arts and the College of Arts and Sciences collaborated with noted scholars in Rome to produce a new Web site dedicated to the work of one of Rome's great vedutisti -- or cityscape artists.
Belotto is confirmed as one of the most accomplished and attractive vedutisti of eighteenth-century Europe in an exhibition distinguished by its clarity and compactness.
C'etait l'epoque du succes international de vedutisti (Pannini, Canaletto, Piranesi et Vanvitelli) ou de ritrattisti (Rosalba Carrera et Pompeo Batoni).
Many vedutisti in Naples, such as Pierre Jacques Volaire, (30) specialised in paintings of Vesuvius in eruption, often contrasting the red lava flow with the light of the moon reflected in the waters of the Bay of Naples (Figs.
Era l'epoca del successo internazionale di vedutisti come Pannini, Piranesi e Vanvitelli, o di ritrattisti come Rosalba Carrera e Pompeo Batoni.
Vedutisti such as Pannini, Piranesi, Bellotto, Canaletto, and the Dutch-born Vanvitelli became household names among the Grand Tourists who purchased their canvases.