Pietro Allodi (active since 1838 in Milan) was an engraver who devoted himself mainly to geographical and topographical prints. He had between 1838 and 1854 a studio in Milan. This print shows the plan of the city of Milan. You can see that the area within the circle of canals, those buried at the end of the nineteenth century, is now all built up. Between this circle and the Spanish walls there are still many fields. The observation point is close and the area outside the Spanish walls is minimal. The whole area is inside a square marked by letters and numbers. On the left is engraved a list of notable buildings with references to the plan. Beyond the image, just below the outline, is engraved "P. Allodi dis. ed inc." and "Milano presso F. Artaria e figlio". Good impression. Very good state of preservation, usual vertical sore in the center of the sheet. Bibliography: Arrigoni, Milano nelle antiche stampe, n.1475.
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