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Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 10 pictures in our Zucchi collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Shopfront with an overhanging balcony, Pompeii
Shopfront with an overhanging balcony, Pompeii
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View of the House of the Tragic Poet, Pompeii VI.8.5
View of the House of the Tragic Poet, Pompeii VI.8.5
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View of the Basilica, near the west corner
View of the Basilica, near the west corner
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View of a street and fountain of Mercury, Pompeii
View of a street and fountain of Mercury, Pompeii
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View of the Forum, Pompeii
View of the Forum, Pompeii
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View of the Street of Tombs outside the Herculaneum
View of the Street of Tombs outside the Herculaneum
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View of the Temple of Venus near the Marina Gate, Pompeii
View of the Temple of Venus near the Marina Gate, Pompeii
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ZUCCHI, Paolo (16th c.). Sight of Villa Medici
ZUCCHI, Paolo (16th c.). Sight of Villa Medici
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ZUCCHI, Jacopo (1551-1589). Allegory of the Discovery
ZUCCHI, Jacopo (1551-1589). Allegory of the Discovery
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House in Regio VIII, insula 2, Pompeii
House in Regio VIII, insula 2, Pompeii
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View of the House of the Tragic Poet, Pompeii VI.8.5 Featured Image

View of the House of the Tragic Poet, Pompeii VI.8.5

View of the House of the Tragic Poet, Pompeii VI.8.5. Showing the tablinum, impluvium (pool), well, peristyle (garden courtyard) and aedicula lararium (shrine). Chromolithograph and illustration by G. Autoriello from Antonio Niccolini's Pompeii: Views and Restorations (Pompeii: Essaies et Restaurations), published by Zucchi De Luca, Naples, 1898. Antonio was grandson of the architect Antonio Niccolini Sr. View of the House of the Tragic Poet, Pompeii VI.8.5. Showing the tablinum, impluvium (pool), well, peristyle (garden courtyard) and aedicula lararium (shrine). Chromolithograph and illustration by G. Autoriello from Antonio Niccolini's Pompeii: Views and Restorations (Pompeii: Essaies et Restaurations), published by Zucchi & De Luca, Naples, 1898. Antonio was grandson of the architect Antonio Niccolini Sr. Date:

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