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Scene in the Campagna, Rome, looking towards the Alban Hills and the Claudian Aquaduct

Scene in the Campagna, Rome, looking towards the Alban Hills and the Claudian Aquaduct, Penry Williams

Penry Williams (1798-1885)

Watercolour

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Image Dimensions : 8" x 18½" (20.5cm x 47cm)

Price : Sold

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Penry Williams Biography

He was Born in Merthyr Tydfill, Wales. He was a pupil of the RA Schools. After 1827 he lived mainly in Rome & exhibited at RA between 1822-69, BI, SS & OWS. He painted Italian landscapes & scenes of Italian life. His most characteristic type of picture is the view of the Campagna, with peasants in the forground, & a distant view of Rome beyond. He also painted portraits, including one of his friend John Gibson RA. His studio sale was held at Christie’s on June 21 1886.

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