"Francesco Maresca (attr.) Ephemeral In Molo Di Napoli- 1801 Gouache"Francesco Maresca (attr.) - Ephemeral In Molo Di Napoli- 1801 Original gouache The use of the classical Greek style is also evident in the first installation that the M. made in 1801 in Naples, in the heart of the historic city: from the jetty , where he presented the scenic landscape of the propylaea of Athens, with a large urban gate preceded by two small Doric temples, off the Palazzo, where he erected a majestic tetrastyle temple made of wood and paper mache. A similar stylistic repertoire was adopted by M. in 1802, both on the occasion of the arrival of Ferdinand IV, when he installed an immense amphitheater with a central pyramid equipped for pyrotechnic devices off the palace. 'on the occasion of the ball of rulers installed on August 30 of the same year in the courtyard of the Real Museum. At this location, where the extension work designed by M. was also underway, the architect designed an elliptical lounge bounded by an Ionic-style pillar system and a series of small rooms decorated with ancient statues, reliefs and paintings. of neoclassical taste.