PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF SERGEI TCHOBAN, SOLD TO BENEFIT THE MUSEUM OF ARCHITECTURAL DRAWING, BERLIN
Here, in this fine capriccio, Panini depicts the Temple of Concord, which fills the right side of his composition. As in so many of his fantastical creations, Panini populates his scene with figures who can be seen both resting and meandering through the ruins.
Another similarly constructed composition, including the Temple of Concord, is in Toronto in the Art Gallery of Ontario (Inv. no. 70/147).
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