1 April 2011
GIUSEPPE CAMMARANO (SCIACCA 1766-1857 NAPLES)
Allégorie de la Science récompensant de jeunes étudiants, l'Ignorance vaincue et Minerve sur des nuées désignant un Panthéon
signé et daté 'Giuse Cammarano F. 1840.'
plume et encre brune, lavis brun
245 x 209 mm.
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