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This image captures the most complete architectural remains of a Roman Palace, Diocletian's Palace in modern day Split, Croatia. Originally built at the turn of the fourth century AD, the palace was largely unknown after the Middle Ages in the West, but became widely recognized with the 1764 publication of Ruins of the Place of the Emporer Diocletian at Spalatro in Dalmatia by neo-classical architect Robert Adam in conjunction with artist Charles-Louis Clérisseau.
This 104+ year old Item is rated Near Mint / Very Fine+. No creases. No natural defects.No Surface Rub.No tears. No water damage. Please note that there is a plate impression bordering the image in this print.
This piece was illustrated by Peixotto, Ernest Clifford. Artist signature in print - bottom right of image.
Peixotto, Ernest Clifford
Ernest Clifford Peixotto (1869 - 1940) was an American artist, illustrator, and author. He is most well known for his travel literature and murals. Peixotto was a frequent contributor to Scribner's Magazine. He studied art at the Mark Hopkins Institute of Art before traveling to France in 1888 where he studied at the Accadémie Julian under Jean-Joseph Benjamin-Constant and Jules Joseph Lefebvre. Peixotto returned to the United States in 1894, joining the staff of Scribner's Magazine in New York, before returning to France for work relating to the magazine. During this period, Peixotto illustrated Theodore Roosevelt's Life of Oliver Cromwell. During World War I, he became the director of the United States Army's art-training center, which subsequently merged with the École des Beaux-Arts in 1923. Following the merger, Pleixotto remained as the chair of the school's American Committee while simultaneously serving as the director of New York's Beaux-Arts Institute of Design's mural department. Peixotto was active in the arts community until the time of his death, serving as president of the National Society of Mural Painters (1929-35), president of the School Art League of New York (1936-40), as a member of the Art Commission of New York City (1935-40), and was the director of murals for the 1939 New York World's Fair. Peixotto died in 1940.
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