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Creator Name: Cruyl, Lievin
Creator Nationality: European; Flemish
Creator Role: Artist
Creator Dates/Places: c. 1640 - c. 1720
Gender: M
Creator Name-CRT: Lievin Cruyl
Title: Ponte Rotto
Title Type: Former
Title: Eighteen Views of Rome: The Ponte Rotto
Title Type: Primary
Title: Diciotto Vedute di Roma: Veduta di Ponte Rotto
Title Type: Foreign
Title: Prospetto del Ponte Rotto
View: Full View
Creation Start Date: 1665
Creation End Date: 1665
Creation Date: 1665
Object Type: Drawings and Watercolors
Materials and Techniques: pen and brown ink and brush and gray wash over graphite; framing lines in brown ink
Dimensions: Sheet: 48.7cm x 39cm
Inscriptions: signed, lower left, in brown ink: [artist's monogram: LC] RVYL del: Romæ / mense Martio 1665. ; by artist, upper center, in brown ink: Prospetto del Ponte Rotto. ; by artist, throughout composition, in brown ink: [the letters A-Q] ; by artist, across bottom, in brown ink: A. Pons Senatorius, hodie S. Mariæ Egyptiacae, vulgo Ponte Rotto. B. Ecclesia S. Bartholomaei, cum Conventû Minoritarum, olim Templum Æsculapij. C. Pons Fabritius, aut quatuor Capitum. / D. Pons Cestius. E. Pons Xysti IIII, olim Janiculunsis. F. Temp. S. Salvatoris ad Pontem Rupium. G. Monrium S. Cæciliæ. H. Templum S. Chrijsogoni. I. Templum S. Petri in / Monte Janiculo cum Conventú Minoritarum, vulgo S. Pietro Montorio. K. Templum S. Mariæ trans Tyberim. L. Basilica S. Petri. M. Ecclia Xenodochij SS. Trinitatis. / [N.] Ecclia S. Caroli, vulgo, de Catenari. O. Ecclia S. Andreæ, vulgo della Valle. P. Sapientia Romana. Q. Fons Pauli V. in Monte Janiculo. ; lower center, in graphite: Spiegel Bild ; VERSO, upper left, in brown ink: [illegible] [partially masked] ; ON STRIPS OF PAPER MOUNTED TO VERSO, lower center, in graphite: A20986 ; lower right, in graphite: E. 15
AMICA Contributor: The Cleveland Museum of Art
Owner Location: Cleveland, Ohio, USA
ID Number: 1943.269
Credit Line: Dudley P. Allen Fund
Provenance: Private Collection, Austria (according to departmental card and cataloguing sheet); Albertina, Vienna (1910-18) (Lugt 174, not stamped, inscribed with Albertina inventory number, verso, lower center, in graphite); Hapsburg family collection (not stamped, according to departmental card and cataloguing sheet). [R.H. Zinser, New York]
AMICA ID: CMA_.1943.269
AMICA Library Year: 2000
Media Metadata Rights: Copyright, The Cleveland Museum of Art

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