Etched engraving

The jesters and buffoons in Tiepolo’s “Scherzi”

Wonders of the Domus Aurea

Rome by Bartolomeo Pinelli

Resting Hermes, youthful wonder

Ridolfino Venuti, “Accurata e succinta descrizione topografica delle antichità di Roma”

Greetings from 18th-century Rome

Mitelli, the artist who dreamed of the alphabet

Niccolò Gualtieri’s splendid seashells

Artists of Baroque Rome, in the eye of Ottavio Leoni

Vincenzo Leonardi, Cassiano Del Pozzo and a dream to illustrate the world

“Herculaneum’s antiquities on display” by will of the King of Spain

Giovanni Battista Piranesi, Antichità romane

Ancient Roman architectures by Giovanni Battista Piranesi

Rosoni e fregi di Carlo Antonini

Grace and elegance in Carlo Antonini’s ceiling roses

Monotypes by Venturino Venturi, a universe of variations

Domenico De Rossi’s ancient and modern sculptures

Luigi Rossini, architect and engraver

Tarocchi Carlo Della Rocca-Ferdinand Gumppenberg

Carlo Della Rocca’s tarots: beauty is in the cards

Lorenzo Viani, xilografie

Wood engravings by Lorenzo Viani: outcasts and their stories

Marino Marini: horses, horsemen, and the history of humankind

Giovanni Battista Ferrari, illustrazioni agrumi

Giovanni Battista Ferrari: the science and art of citrus fruits

Ex Libris, Bruno da Osimo, per Gianni Mantero

Bookplates and stars by Bruno da Osimo

Pietro Santi Bartoli incisioni Colonna Traiana

Pietro Santi Bartoli, the artist who climbed the stories told in antiquity

Giuseppe Maria Mitelli, art and odd noses

Bracelli’s “oddities”: let’s have some fun!

Pacioli’s alphabet

The polyhedra in “De divina proportione” by Pacioli

Réclame

Piranesi’s “Imaginary Prisons”