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Four Specimens of Tufa from the Quarries near the Grotto of Posillipo

Photo credit: Wellcome Collection

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Published in 'Campi Phlegraei', by Sir William Hamilton, Naples 1776, vol.1, plate XXXXII. The piece at the top left has oyster shells embedded in it.

Wellcome Collection

London


Date

1776

Medium

etching & gouache on paper

Measurements

H 21.4 x W 39.5 cm

Accession number

43696i

Acquisition method

presumed to be part of the collection formed by Henry S. Wellcome

Work type

Print


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