Luigi Ferdinando Marsigli and the Mappa Metallographica: Graphic Creativity and Scientific Measurement

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https://doi.org/10.26375/disegno.7.2020.04

Abstract

The Mappa Metallographica (45.5 x 70.5 cm) is part of La Hongrie et le Danube, a collection of twenty-seven cartographic tables drafted over a period of fifteen years to illustrate the orography, hydrography and metallurgy of the Hungarian stretch of the Danube [1]. (read more)

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Published

2020-12-30

How to Cite

[1]
“Luigi Ferdinando Marsigli and the Mappa Metallographica: Graphic Creativity and Scientific Measurement”, diségno, no. 7, pp. 19-22, Dec. 2020.