List of illustrations

  • The Most Holy Baby
  • Madonna del Parto
  • Pope Pius IX
  • Interior of Saint Peter's, Rome
  • Interior of cupola
  • Interior of cupola
  • Apollo Pursuing Daphne
  • The Rape of Proserpine
  • St. Theresa in Ecstasy
  • Piazza di Spagna, Rome
  • Piazza del Popolo, Rome
  • Piazza Navona, Rome
  • Interior of cupola, Sant' Andrea al Quirinale
  • Piazza San Pietro, Rome
  • Roman Newsboys
  • Pifferari Playing before a Shrine of the Virgin
  • The Arch of Octavia (Roman Fish-Market)
  • A Street Scene in Rome
  • Beppo, King of the Beggars
  • Beppo
  • The Savoyard Boy in London
  • Roma
  • Piazza Navona, Rome
  • Piazza di Spagna, Rome
  • Pincian Hill, Afternoon
  • The Roman Campagna
  • Rome—The Garden Wall, Villa Mirafiori
  • Old and New Rome, Victor Emmanuel Monument
  • Building the Victor Emmanuel Monument, Rome
  • The Eternal City
  • Bar Italia
  • Palatine
  • Exterior Wall with Landscape
  • Roman Note (no. 20)
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Description: America's Rome: Volume II—Catholic and Contemporary Rome
For over two hundred years American writers, painters, and sculptors have been visiting Rome and making artifacts of their own national culture from what they saw and experienced there. This is a book about those artifacts—the representations of that experience in ink, paint, marble, and bronze ...
Description: America's Rome: Volume II—Catholic and Contemporary Rome
When James Jackson Jarves published his Italian Sights and Papal Principles Seen through American Spectacles in 1855, there was no ambiguity about the meaning of “American” ...

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Description: America's Rome: Volume II—Catholic and Contemporary Rome
In his Italian Sketch Book Henry T. Tuckerman excused himself from describing the interior of St. Peter’s Cathedral on the grounds that the Boston Athenaeum’s recent purchase of Panini’s “unrivalled painting” of that church ...

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Description: America's Rome: Volume II—Catholic and Contemporary Rome
In 1848, in the midst of a letter evoking the “indescribable rapture” with which the Roman populace celebrated the news of Metternich’s fall and tore down the doubleheaded ~eagle from the Palazzo di Venezia, Fuller acknowledged that terrible bloodshed was...

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Description: America's Rome: Volume II—Catholic and Contemporary Rome
On the right bank of the Tiber rises the highest of the hills of Rome, the one that closes in the classic city on the west. The Janiculum, or Monte Gianicolo, is named for the two-faced god of portals ...

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