Anticoli Corrado. Sabine Hills [pencil, lower sheet edge.]
A fine engraving, 195 x 150mm. 7¾ x 6". A good impression.
A street scene, with men women and pigs, in Anticoli Corrado in the Province of Rome, Italy. Anticoli became known in the 19th century because its young inhabitants would pose as models for the community of artists living near Piazza di Spagna in Rome. The town attracted artists until World War II. Harry Morley RE (1881 - 1943) took up painting in Paris in 1908 and exhibited at the RA. 29 engravings are listed in 'Fine Prints' between 1929 and 1936. He was influenced by Robert Austin.
[Ref: 13824] £190.00