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Mario and Antonio Asprucci architectural drawings relating to the Villa Borghese in Rome and other Borghese commissions, 1786-early 1800s

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Asprucci (Mario and Antonio) architectural drawings relating to the Villa Borghese in Rome and other Borghese commissions

Title: Mario and Antonio Asprucci architectural drawings relating to the Villa Borghese in Rome and other Borghese commissions
Dates: 1786-early 1800s
Number: 2021.M.12
Creator/Collector: Asprucci, Mario, 1764-1804
Extent: 41 Sheets
Abstract: The architectural drawings by Mario Asprucci (1764-1804), his father Antonio Asprucci (1723-1808), and their associates document the buildings and gardens of the Villa Borghese in Rome that were commissioned by Prince Marcantonio IV Borghese (1730-1800) and other Borghese commissions. They reveal the importance of Mario Asprucci's contributions and include designs he made for the Temple of Aesculapius and the unrealized Museo Gabino.
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Language: Collection material is in Italian with some English and Latin.
Repository: The Getty Research Institute
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