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The walls between Porta del Popolo and the Porta Pinciana with the Muro Torto: view down a road with tall, overgrown walls to left; first leaf of sketchbook bound in vellum with a flap, containing 38 leaves with drawings mainly of views in and around Rome, and several blank, unregistered and undescribed leaves. 1777
Watercolour, some pen and brown ink
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Height: 215 millimetres
Width: 277 millimetres
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- There are pencil sketches on the pastedown inside the front and back covers. Inside the front cover, ground plan diagrams annotated: 'Chiesa / Porta S. Pietro / Road / Terra gialla di Venezia / Ruby / Sigra. Cecilia / Conti [?] Gardens / Pamphili Gardens'; inside the back cover, a sketch of a low building amongst trees.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
2003 May-Aug, Cardiff, Nat Mus Gall of Wales, 'Thomas Jones (1742-1803) a bicentenary exhibition'
2003 Aug-Oct, Manchester, Whitworth Art Gallery, 'Thomas Jones (1742-1803) a bicentenary exhibition'
2003-4 Nov-Feb, London, National Gallery, 'Thomas Jones (1742-1803) a bicentenary exhibition'
2014 Mar-Oct, New Haven, Yale Centre for British Art & Cardiff, National Museum of Wales, 'Richard Wilson RA (1742 - 1782) and the Transformation of European Art'
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