Dedicated to Richard Colt Hoare, is one of the 13 aquatints showing Italian rural characters in the Roman campagna. The print is unique in the series since it shows mythological figures: the god Pan is playing the syrinx, while two seated maenads are listening.
|Published in:||Ashby Collection. Prints|
|Main Author:||Labruzzi, Carlo, approximately 1765-1818, artist|
|Other Authors:||Ashby, Thomas, 1874-1931, collector|
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