Facsimile edition of the descriptive and picturesque -History artistic work, the Royal Monastery of San Lorenzo, commonly called the Escorial, by D. Antonio Rotondo, 1862 edition of hand-illuminated, held in 1984 to commemorate the National Heritage fourth centenary of the laying of the final stone of the monastery founded by King Felipe II.
And numbered edition limited to 1,000 copies. Spanish-bound cover. An entertaining for his countless illustrations of historical, crafts, monumental and architectural elements as well as borders and Chapter, some color work. One of a kind and great, not only physically be a great book, but by the tremendous historical, social and monumental content of the work. A must for any lover of work which was regarded as the Eighth Wonder of the World.
Also draws attention to the abyss, so to speak, loose and leap portraits, that luxury of prints and sheets of wood, steel, and litho chrome, and even photography as well, which until profusely illustrated work, true reproduction buildings, views, landscapes, panoramas and celebrities, copied all natural, with all the delicacy and thoroughness that would want the most demanding.
Volume measurements: 30.8 x 43.5 cm, 296 pages, 5 kg..
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