Carlos Julião

Carlos Julião (1740, Turin -1811, Lisbon) was a Luso-Italian artist and engineer of the Portuguese colonial army, working as a fortress inspector during the second half of the 18th century and beginning of the 19th century. He is more known for his watercolor drawings, portraying the different racial and social types inhabiting the Portuguese empire, as well as the period and methods of mining in Brazil. Provided by Wikipedia
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