New Moscow as seen from the St. Basil Cathedral. In the foreground is the central and tallest spire of the church, surrounded by the tops of the next highest domes. Just past this is a bridge over a river, across from which is the collection of apartment buildings and storefronts of the new city.
The print is a narrow view down a walkway, with buildings rising up on the right and left. The buildings on the right are in shadow, while the buildings on the right are in light. The cathedral in the background is depicted with fainter line work than the rest of the print. In the right foreground is a figure sitting, and other figures walk along the street.
This print depicts a walkway heading toward the Cathedral of Beauvais.
In the right foreground, cutting across diagonally, is a pier with figures moving around. At the pier are some ships, and in the middle ground is a strip of water and a row of darkly shadowed buildings. In the background are some faint towers that jut into the sky.
This print depicts ships at a pier, loading and unloading, in the city of Amsterdam.
Pictured here is the apse of the basilica at Mafra Palace on the Lisbon coast of Portugal. The Baroque and Italianate neoclassical palace-monastery was built in 1717, and served the royal family through the eighteenth century. It is now a museum.