|Colosso di Rodi, after 1570, Louis de Caullery (cropped slightly).|
|A firework display at the Castel San' Angelo, Rome, |
Louis de Caullery. Here you see how the term,
"Roman Candles" derived.
|It would be interesting to know in what order these|
paintings were completed, but unfortunately,
there are virtually no dates associated with any
de Caullery's paintings.
|Portrait of Louis de Caullery, 1632, Rembrandt van Rijn|
|Carnival and Bull Fighting at Piazza San Marco, Louis de Caullery|
|The Gardens and Courtyard of a Renaissance Palace, Louis de Caullery|
|The Tower of Babel, Louis de Caullery|