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Tivoli and the Roman Campagna with a Man and Woman

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Provenance

Benjamin Booth (d. 1807), London; by descent to his daughter, Lady Richard Ford (d. 1849); May 30-31, 1809, Ford sale, Christie's, London, possibly lot 65, not sold, or lot 86. Joseph Gillot, Birmingham, England. 1874, William Angerstein, London; June 20, 1874, Angerstein sale, Christie's, London, lot 110, to White. By 1879, Sir Henry James Hawley (d. 1898), 4th Bart., Brighton, England. Susan Cornelia Clarke (Mrs. Samuel Dennis) Warren (b. 1858 - d. 1901), Boston; January 8, 1903, Mrs. S. D. Warren sale, American Art Association, New York, lot 117, to the MFA for $2,100. (Accession Date: January 13, 1903)

Credit Line

Bequest of Susan Cornelia Warren

Dimensions

99 x 125.4 cm (39 x 49 3/8 in.)

Accession Number

03.606

Medium or Technique

Oil on canvas

Collections

Europe

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