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image Adam vol.57/118

Reference number

Adam vol.57/118

Purpose

Italy: ? environs of Rome. View of a rising landscape showing farm buildings and trees, a towered structure in the distance, and hills beyond.

Aspect

Perspective

Inscribed

Inscribed in ink 118

Signed and dated

Undated, probably 1755 or 1756

Medium and dimensions

Pencil on grey paper; ruled pencil framing line102 x 229

Hand

Jean-Baptiste Lallemand (attributed to)

Notes

This campagna view is similar in subject and style to that found in Adam vol.57/79, which is also on grey paper with pencil framing lines; both are here attributed to Jean-Baptiste Lallemand.

Level

Drawing

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