Edward Lear, Palermo from Pares.
Inscribed Palermo/ fr. Pares/ April 6-/59, pen and ink and watercolour and pale blue/grey paper. 21 x 35cm.
* Lear was not in Palermo on April 6th, 1859 so the date might have been confused.
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