Giovanni Paolo Panini (Italian: Giovanni Paolo Pannini; Panini o I 'Pannini) is an Italian artist and architect. It is famous for its landscapes (veduta).
Born June 17, 1691 in Piacenza, Italy. Originally studying in her hometown as a screenwriter. In 1711 he went to Rome and studied painting at Benedetto Luti. Panini went to Rome as a palace decorator, to Villa Patrizi (1718 - 1725) at Seminario Romano (1722) to Cardinal Spinola and to Palazzo de Carolis (1720). He paints portraits, Roman celebrations and squares. In 1718 he became a member of the Pontifical Academy of Arts and Letters (Congregazione dei Virtuosi al Pantheon). He is a member and teacher at Accademia di San Luca.