ETTORE ROESLER FRANZ ( Rome 1845 – 1907 ), Arco delle Azimelle in the Roman Ghetto.Ettore Roesler Franz, the painter watercolorist, dismayed by the sudden loss of parts of the city so significant in terms of historical, artistic and social, dedicates himself between 1876-1897 to the creation of a series of watercolours called ” Picturesque Rome. Memories of an era that passes”, also known by the name of ” Roma Sparita “.
“THERE'S ONLY ONE THING IN LIFE, and that’s the continual renewal of inspiration." - Diana Vreeland ...........* ... a fraction of Giovanni Paolo Panini's (Piacenza 1691-1765 ) oil paint - View of the Campidoglio, Rome. 46¾ x 49½". Seen @ NYC.