Giovanni Maria Cassini
Giovanni Maria Cassini (1745 – 1824), a disciple of Giovanni Battista Piranesi, was a geographer, cartographer, and engraver working in Rome for decades between the late 18th and early 19th centuries. He invented a new method of projection, called Cassini, famously used for the geographical atlas of the kingdom of Naples in 32 sheets signed by Giovanni Antonio Rizzi Zannoni.
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Mappamondo Antico diviso nell’uno e nell’altro continente secondo la mente di Guglielmo Sanson.
A stunning 1801 Italian world map with allegorical imagery and Classical references.Cartographer(s): Giovanni Maria CassiniPlace/Date: Rome / 1801$1,700 Add to cart
Gli Stati Uniti dell’America Delineati sulle ultime Osservazioni…
Cassini’s multi-sheet map of Colonial North America in original black and whiteCartographer(s): Giovanni Maria CassiniPlace/Date: Rome / 1797Read more