Venice: Nella Stamperia di Pietro Qm. Gio Batta Pasquali, 1798. Sm. 8vo. 142pp. Cont. 1/2 vellum, gilt, lightly soiled, red calf spine label, over marbled boards. Small faded stain at blank top corner of title-page. Milizia (1725-1798), an architect, author and curator, was a neoclassicist. The first edition of this work is 1781. Our edition appeared in the year of his death. It is a discussion of art in Rome, applying the aesthetic theories of Johann G. Sulzer and Anton R. Mengs. (Inventory #: 4381)
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