Edward Lear’s Views in Rome and Its Environs in colour

[17. Via Porta Pinciana, Rome looking to the Quirinal Palace.]

Edward Lear, Views in Rome and its Environs; Drawn from Nature and on Stone, lithographed title vignette of Ostia and 25 lithographed views of Rome and the Campagna by Lear, ALL HAND-COLOURED, list of plates, small loss to one corner of title-page, one blank margin of one plate frayed, disbound and loose, retaining defective old cloth binding lettered in gilt on spine [Abbey Travel 183], folio, T. M’Lean, 1841.

[3. Campagna, and Walls of Rome, looking to the Alban Mount from Villa Mattei.]

[18. Rome from the banks of the Tiber, Via Porta San Paolo looking to the Temple of Venus and Rome &c.]

[7. Frascati from Villa Mondragone, belonging to the Borghese.]


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