Edward Lear, Middle Eastern Landscape

Edward Lear, Middle Eastern landscape with figure approaching a ruined tower and classical columns in the distance, signed with monogram, and dated 1873, watercolour with scratching out, 10 x 20cm; and companion, a pair (2).

[This one might well be a view of the Roman Campagna, in my opinion.]

Prov: With Foord & Dickinson, 90 Wardour St, London.

[This also looks like it might be a picture of the Campagna.]

The Saleroom.

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One Response to Edward Lear, Middle Eastern Landscape

  1. livia Lionnet puccinelli says:

    I agrre with the idea of the “Campagna romana”. Specially the first one depicting the park of the aqueducts between the Via Latina and the Appia Antica?

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