Drawing, "Interior View of the Nave Saint Peter's, Rome, looking toward the Altar", 1748–49 Pen and black ink, brush and gray wash, green, brown watercolor on cream laid paper. Joseph F. McCrindle Collection. 2008-34-1.
What is this?
Circular drawing showing the interior of a great basilica, identified as St. Peter's in Rome by an inscription below the image. The view looks down the barrel vaulted nave toward the altar in the distance at left. Small figures are placed in the middle distance and foreground.