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The Coliseum from the Palace of the Caesars

Harry John Johnson (b.1826 Birmingham- 1884 London)

Inscribed with the title Coliseum from Palace of the Caesars.
Pencil, stamped with his studio stamp (not in Lugt)
260 x 518 mm. (10 x 20 3/8 in.)
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Harry John Johnson
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Harry John Johnson went to Lycia with William Muller, as his pupil, in 1843. This is a typical example of his pencil drawing style. Other examples can be seen in the Witt photo library, and were in the collections of Spink & Sons, Alister Mathews (numerous examples); Sir Bruce Ingram and other collections.
It is typical for his drawings to be inscribed by the artist, as well as his studio stamp.