A Bye-way in Old Rome

John William Waterhouse

Before 1885


Source: the 1885-86 Magazine of Art.

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“This charming example of vivacious, piquant color and pure limpid tone appeared untitled in the catalogue, but the figures in the drawing, with the details of their environment are self-explanatory” (4).

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