Costumi di Roma e Suoi Contorni.
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Rome: Tommaso Cuccioni, [circa 1830s?]. [ 1830s ]/ First edition, a work that illustrates a variety of fashions worn by different people of both genders, ranging from field laborers to carters. Panorama of thirty hand-colored plates, including vignette title-page, printed on contemporary thick paper on rectos only. Very light wear to binding extremities, minor foxing. A very good copy Contemporary cloth over marbled boards, leaves in an accordion fold. Twentyfourmo. Unpaginated. (Item ID: 16534)


Tommaso Cuccioni (1790-1864) was a photographer, printmaker, and publisher. He initially trained as an artist engraver. Cuccioni began photographing the subjects of his engravings, which included such Roman antiquities as the Temple of Vesta, the Column of Trajan, and the banks of the Tiber. After his death, his firm continued to produce photographic views and to reprint his negatives (Encyclopedia of Nineteenth Century Photography, p. 354).

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