Edward Lear, In the Campagna near Rome

In the Campagna, near Rome

Indistinctly inscribed and dated ‘E Lear. Del. 1845’ (lower left) and inscribed ‘Edward Lear/1844’ (on a label attached to the reverse).

Oil on canvas
11½ x 29 in. (29.2 x 73.7 cm.)

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1 Response to Edward Lear, In the Campagna near Rome

  1. Nicholas Stanley-Price says:

    Indebted to you for the blog and especially for your transcriptions of the Diaries for Lear’s time in Rome. He twice visits the Protestant Cemetery (which I study), on April 1 and May 2 1860 – have you ever come across any drawing he may have made of it? I’d be grateful for any reference you can give me.

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