Class [controlled]: prints and drawings European art architecture
*Work Type [link]: preparatory drawing
*Title: Perspective Cutaway of the Pantheon, Viewed from the Northwest
*Creator Display: Giovanni Antonio Dosio (Italian, 1533-after 1609)
*Role [link]: draftsman [link]: Dosio, Giovanni Antonio
*Creation Date: 1565-1568 [controlled]: Earliest: 1565 Latest: 1568
*Subject [links]: architecture Pantheon (Rome) cutaway drawing section
Culture [link]: Italian
*Current Location [link]: Gabinetto Disegni e Stampe, Gallerie degli Uffizi (Florence, Italy) ID: 2509A
*Measurements: 17.7 x 24.1 cm (6 7/8 x 9 1/2 inches)
[controlled] Value: 17.7 Unit: cm Type: height | Value: 24.1 Unit: cm Type: width
*Materials and Techniques: brown ink and brown wash over black chalk underdrawing on white laid paper, with squaring, for an engraving
Material [links]: ink wash black chalk laid paper Technique [links]: squaring underdrawing
Inscriptions: inscribed lower right: il panteon detto la ritonda
Description: Viewed from the northwest, showing the portico, the rotunda, and the intermediate block. A portion of the wall is cut away to reveal the interior. The drawing is based on a print by Antonio Lafréry and is a preparatory drawing for an engraving published by G. B. Cavalieri.
Description Source: Roma antica e i disegni di architettura agli Uffizi:Giovanni Antonio Dosio. Edited by Franco Borsi. Rome: Officina, 1976. Page: 45
Relationship Type [controlled]: depicts
[link to Work Record]: Pantheon (Rome, Italy); Roman; 128 CE
Relationship Type [controlled]: preparatory for
[link to Work Record]: Giovanni Battista de’ Cavalieri (Italian, ca. 1525-1601); Urbis Romae aedificiorum illustrium, published 1569; plate 7
Relationship Type [controlled]: based on
[link to Work Record]: Lafréry, Antonio (French, 1512-1577); Speculum romanae magnificentiae; published 1545-1577
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