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View in the Apennines between Bologna and Florence

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From the Collection

Description

‘Warwick’ Smith travelled to Italy in 1776, under the patronage of the 2nd Early of Warwick, who funded his travels. He became well known within the British artistic community in Rome, sketching with William Pars and Thomas Jones as well as Francis Towne, with whom he travelled back to England in 1781.

Inscription

Inscribed with title by a later hand on reverse of original mount

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Image Credit

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From the Watercolour World

Location

Tuscan–Emilian Apennines, Italy

Country

Tww Comment

Tuscan-Emilian (Appennino tosco-emiliano) is a subchain of northern Apennines that includes the distance between Florence and Bologna. (Wikipedia)