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Apse of San Satiro and View of the Duomo Giovanni Migliara (1785-1837)

Apse of San Satiro and View of the Duomo

Giovanni Migliara (1785-1837)

  • TITLE

    : Apse of San Satiro and View of the Duomo
  • AUTHOR

    : Giovanni Migliara (1785-1837)
  • INVENTARIO

    : 1821
  • DATE

    : c. 1820
  • TYPE

    : Painting
  • TECNIQUE

    : Oil on canvas
  • DIMENSIONS

    : 14 × 11 cm
  • SUBJECT

    : Veduta
  • SCUOLA PITTORICA

    : 19th century painting
  • ROOM

    : Atrio di passaggio 1 piano

This miniature in oil by Giovanni Migliara shows the present-day Via Falcone in a flamboyant manner, full of people, with the apse of the church of San Satiro and, in the background, the spires of the Duomo.

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  • TITLE

    Apse of San Satiro and View of the Duomo
  • AUTHOR

    Giovanni Migliara (1785-1837)
  • INVENTARIO

    1821
  • DATE

    c. 1820
  • TYPE

    Painting
  • TECNIQUE

    Oil on canvas
  • DIMENSIONS

    14 × 11 cm
  • SUBJECT

    Veduta
  • SCUOLA PITTORICA

    19th century painting
  • ROOM

    Atrio di passaggio 1 piano

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