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Brack, Emil. (late 19th century). English: Planning the Grand Tour. Oil on Canvas. Wikimedia Commons. [Public Domain] Retrieved on July 2, 2016 from:https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File3AEmil_Brack_-_Planning_the_Grand_Tour.jpg

Opie, John. (c.1790-1791) Portrait of Mary Wollstonecraft. Oil on Canvas. Wikimedia
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Sframeli, Maria. (2007). gennaio 1893 (CSA 52) Campanile di Giotto. Photograph. In Firenze 1892-1895: immagini dell’antico centro scomparso. Florence: Pagliai Polistampa.

Sframeli, Maria. (2007). 16 luglio 1894 (CSA 268) Angolo fra via Porta Rossa e via Calimala.
Photograph. In Firenze 1892-1895: immagini dell’antico centro scomparso. Florence: Pagliai Polistampa.

Sframeli, Maria. (2007). 17 ottobre 1894 (CSAC 292) del Duomo e del Campanile. Firenze 1892-1895: immagini dell’antico centro scomparso. Florence: Pagliai Polistampa.

Sframeli, Maria. (2007). 22 agosto 1894 (CSAC 284) Via Porta Rossa. Firenze 1892-1895: immagini dell’antico centro scomparso. Florence: Pagliai Polistampa.

Sframeli, Maria. (2007). 30 gennaio 1893 (CSA) il Duomo. Photograph. In Firenze 1892- 1895: immagini dell’antico centro scomparso. Florence: Pagliai Polistampa.

Sframeli, Maria. (2007). 6 giugno 1893 (CSA92) Mercato Nuovo. Photograph. In Firenze 1892-1895: immagini dell’antico centro scomparso. Florence: Pagliai Polistampa.

Sframeli, Maria. (2007). 30 gennaio 1894 (CSAC 175) l’Allegoria del Nome di Dio, Opera di Vinicenzo Meucci e Pietro Anderlini. Photograph. In Firenze 1892-1895: immagini dell’antico centro scomparso. Florence: Pagliai Polistampa.

Sframeli, Maria. (2007). 16 luglio 1894 (CSA 269) Back of Orsanmichele. Photograph. In Firenze 1892-1895: immagini dell’antico centro scomparso. Florence: Pagliai Polistampa.

Tischbein , Johann H. W. (1787). Goethe in the Roman Campagna. Oil on canvas. Wikimedia
Commons. [Public Domain] Retrieved on July 3, 2016 from: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File3AJohann_Heinrich_Wilhelm_Tischbein_-_Goethe_in_der_roemischen_Campagna.jpg

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