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Giovanni Battista Piranesi was an Italian Printmaker born on October 4, 1720. Battista Piranesi contributed to the Neoclassical, and Baroque movements and died on November 17, 1778.
“I need to produce great ideas, and I believe that if I were commissioned to design a new universe, I would be mad enough to undertake it.” Giovanni Battista Piranesi
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