Printed on acid-free paper, wood frame
17Â½"W x 25Â¼"H
First published in the 1870s and 1880s, as supplements to the Genoa daily Il Secolo XIX, these front pages feature engravings by Carlo Barberis depicting iconic scenes of Florence, Rome and Venice. Originally, they were intended to stir patriotism and promote tourism in a recently unified Italy. Today, our reproductions serve as windows on history and tributes to great architecture.