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Ruins of the Imperial Palace on Mons Palatinus

  • watercolour, pencils (drawing and writing equipment), gum lacquer, ink, paper
  • 503 x 410 mm
  • Inv. 1988-O

Public Domain

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Josse Sébastien Van den Abeele RKD VIAF Wikidata
Ghent 1797 - Ghent 1855
draftsmen (artists)AAT

Title Ruins of the Imperial Palace on Mons Palatinus
Period 19th century
Signatures, inscriptions, and markings labels (identifying artifacts) on the reverse
Collection print room
Object type watercolour AAT
pencil drawings AAT
Inventory number 1988-O
Acquisition credit purchase
Galerie d'Arenberg
Current whereabouts Work on display
IIIF Manifest
Art & Architecture Thesaurus 300033898 history paintings AAT
25H landscapes Iconclass
Keywords Iconclass 25G31 shrubs Iconclass
25G4(GRASS) plants and herbs (GRASS) Iconclass
25H114 low hill country Iconclass
25I9 landscape with ruins Iconclass
41A1 civic architecture; edifices; dwellings Iconclass
41A11 palace Iconclass
41A14 urban housing Iconclass
41A9 ruin of a dwelling, house, castle, etc. Iconclass
44B112 emperor Iconclass
45L43 devastated, ruined place or city (~ warfare) Iconclass
47G91 collapsing building Iconclass
48C149 ruin of a building ~ architecture Iconclass
61D(PALATINE HILL) geographical names of countries, regions, mountains, rivers, etc. (names of cities and villages excepted) (PALATINE HILL) Iconclass
61E(ROME) names of cities and villages (ROME) Iconclass
School / Style Neoclassical AAT
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