Titled 'Horti Lucuilliani prope Septa Trigaria et Equiria'. The Gardens of Lucullus (Latin: Horti Lucullani) were the setting for an ancient villa on the Pincian Hill on the edge of Rome; they were laid out by Lucius Licinius Lucullus about 60 BC. The Villa Borghese gardens still cover 17 acres (6.9 ha) of green on the site, now in the heart of Rome, above the Spanish Steps.
Based on a classical Roman engraving by Pietro Santi Bartoli from the 1690s.
- Artist / Collection: Bartoli, Pietro Santi
- Stock Number: fva3556