The Grand Tour. The Lure of Italy and Beyond Most images from ArtStor : library.artstor.org/library/welcome.html. “The Tribuna of the Uffizi,” Johann Zoffany (1772-1777). Colonia Julia Augusta Faventia Paterna Barcino An Augustan castrum ca. 15 BCE.
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The Lure of Italy and BeyondMost images from ArtStor: library.artstor.org/library/welcome.html
“The Tribuna of the Uffizi,” Johann Zoffany (1772-1777)
Joseph Addison’s guidebook: “There is certainly no place in the world where a man may travel with greater pleasure and advantage than in Italy” (1705)
“Apollo Belvedere,” Roman copy of a 4th c. BCE original
c. 130 CE
“Laocoon,” c. 150 BCE
“Mount Vesuvius in Eruption,” J.M.W. Turner (1817)
“Sir William Hamilton and his First Wife, in his Study (with a View of Vesuvius),” David Allan (1770)
“The Tomb of Virgil at Posillipo, near Naples,” Hubert Robert (1784)
Unfinished Doric temple, Segesta, 5th c. BCE
“Temple of Segesta,” Thomas Cole(ca. 1842)
Grand Tour Supplement: Greece in the world where a man may travel with greater pleasure and advantage than in Italy” (1705)James “Athenian” Stuart and Nicholas Revett, The Antiquities of Athens and Other Monuments of Greece (1762)What controversy did this publication highlight?