This online version of the exhibition allows visitors to navigate the city, encountering the monuments in the exhibition through images and texts. Viewers can locate each site on the map and access images and information on artworks depicting the monument.
The online exhibition was created at the Smith College Spatial Analysis Lab (SAL) by Director Jon Caris, Post-Baccalaureate Fellow Scott Gilman, and student assistants Tanvi Kapoor, class of 2017, and Karen Yu, class of 2016, in collaboration with Charlene Shang Miller, Associate Educator for Academic Programs and Aprile Gallant, Curator of Prints, Drawings, and Photographs, Smith College Museum of Art.
Image: Pietro Campagna. Italian, 1727–1779; Carolo Nolli, Italian, 1710–1785; and Rocco Pozzi, Italian, 1700–1780 after Giovanni Battista Nolli. Italian, 1701–1756 and Giovanni Paolo Panini. Italian, 1691–1765. La Pianta Grande di Roma (The Large Plan of Rome), 1748. Engraving. Yale University Art Gallery. The Arthur Ross Collection, 2012.159.8.1–6