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Temple of Diana Print


Mario Asprucci was the son of the famous architect Antonio Asprucci (1723-1808). They are best known for their work on the Villa Borghese in Rome, which was commissioned by Prince Marcantonio IV de Borghese.


The temple still stands in the garden, however the statue of the goddess Diana, a 2nd century CE Roman copy of a Greek original from the 4th century BCE, is now housed in the Louvre.

Camilo Borghese was the brother-in-law of Napoleon, and after suffering financial difficulties, he found himself pressured into handing over a huge part of his collection.

The original drawing was made in pen, ink and wash on laid paper.

We love the soft pink wash marking the sections of marble , which are enhanced by this deep, rust- red frame.

Limited edition of 500

Finished to order and non-returnable. Ships in 10-15 working days.


Finished to order and non-returnable. Ships in 10-15 working days

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Giclée printed on Hahnemühle 60% hemp fine art paper with conservation grade mount board and spacers


W:41cm x H: 56cm

Float mounted within a hand-crafted FSC oak frame and fitted with a poplar subframe, for additional structural support, and to allow the frame to sit flush against the wall