een capriccio van een navolger van Viviano Codazzi (1606-1670)
capriccio met beeld van Marcus Aurelius door een navolger van Viviano Codazzi
Viviano Codazzi was essentially a painter of architecture, and the figures are always by others. In Naples his principal collaborator for the figures was Gargiulo. After relocating to Rome following the revolt of Masaniello in 1647, he collaborated with painters from the circle of Dutch painters active in Rome, known as Bamboccianti, especially Michelangelo Cerquozzi and Jan Miel. (…) Most of his paintings are medium-sized paintings of architecture, either ruins, ideal architecture, or capricci.