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-[[Giovanni Paolo Pannini]]'s ''[[Interior of a Picture Gallery with the Collection of Cardinal Silvio Valenti Gonzaga]]''[http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Pannini,_Giovanni_Paolo_-_Interior_of_a_Picture_Gallery_with_the_Collection_of_Cardinal_Silvio_Valenti_Gonzaga_-_1740.jpg] and ''[[Roman ruins and sculpture]]''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:PanniniMusImagin.jpg] and ''[[Ancient Rome (painting)|Ancient Rome]]''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Panini,_Ancient_Rome.jpg] assemble the canon of [[Roman antiquity]] as vast [[Imaginary gallery|imaginary galleries]].+An '''imaginary gallery''' is a painting of an [[art collection]]. A notable trend in [[neoclassical painting]] by [[Giovanni Paolo Pannini]] and [[Johann Zoffany]], the trend started a century earlier with the works of the [[Flemish school]].
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*[[Johann Zoffany]]'s ''[[Charles Towneley in the Park St. Gallery]]'' and *[[Johann Zoffany]]'s ''[[Charles Towneley in the Park St. Gallery]]'' and

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An imaginary gallery is a painting of an art collection. A notable trend in neoclassical painting by Giovanni Paolo Pannini and Johann Zoffany, the trend started a century earlier with the works of the Flemish school.

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