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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2 Responses 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?

  2. Hi nicce reading your post

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