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£65 1764 Diocletian's Palace John Adams Ref: dsm4855
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52x68 cm
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General Plan of the Palace Restored.
F.Patton Sculpt.
Large copper engraved plan of the ancient palace built at Spalatro on the Dalmatian coast by the Roman Emperor Diocletian in the 4th century that today is in the town centre of Split in Croatia. Robert Adam (1728-1792) the British Architect visited Spalatro on his Grand Tour in 1757 and his studies were published in Ruins of the Palace .... read more

General Plan of the Palace Restored.
F.Patton Sculpt.
Large copper engraved plan of the ancient palace built at Spalatro on the Dalmatian coast by the Roman Emperor Diocletian in the 4th century that today is in the town centre of Split in Croatia. Robert Adam (1728-1792) the British Architect visited Spalatro on his Grand Tour in 1757 and his studies were published in Ruins of the Palace of the Emperor Diocletian at Spalatro in Dalmatia in 1764. The palace was the inspiration for Adam's new style of Neoclassical architecture.
15cm repaired tear to top centre, a few repairs to short tears at edges and  some thinning of the paper where binding guard has been removed. Otherwise a good impression on clean heavy paper of a rare large print.

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