Ceiling painting by Italian Rococo painter Pietro Bardellino in the Salone della Meridiana in the Palazzo deli Studi, now served as the National Archaeological Museum in Naples, Campania, Italy. The large scale ceiling fresco glorifying King Ferdinand IV of Naples and his spouse Maria Carolina of Austria was created in 1781 to decorate the hall designed by Italian architect Giovanni Antonio Medrano.

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Ceiling painting by Italian Rococo painter Pietro Bardellino in the Salone della Meridiana in the Palazzo deli Studi, now served as the National Archaeological Museum in Naples, Campania, Italy. The large scale ceiling fresco glorifying King Ferdinand IV of Naples and his spouse Maria Carolina of Austria was created in 1781 to decorate the hall designed by Italian architect Giovanni Antonio Medrano.
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Image ID: M42ABJ

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