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See Italy and Die. Photography and Painting in 19th-Century Italy

The "Grand Tour" did not disappear at the end of the French Age of Enlightenment, nor with the emergence of aesthetic models other than those from Italy. Its popularity with artists and ordinary tourists was such that, even after 1850, there was a considerable boom, promoted by advances in communications and in photography.
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@ 2013-02-22 08:29:00
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