Scenes of Acquacetosa (or Acqua Cetosa) were a popular subject of with members of the British and Italian Tuscan School of artists as well as those from Italy, Germany, France, and other countries. What follows is a list of some of them.

Campagna Romana near Acqua Acetosa by Giovanni Costa. c.1883. Oil on wood; 97/8 x 32 inches (25 x 81 cm). Collection of William Morris Gallery, Walthamstow, catalogue no. Br072.

The River Tiber, near Acquacetosa by Frederic Lord Leighton. c.1869. Oil on canvas, 9 x 165/8 inches (22.9 x 42.3 cm). Collection of National Trust, Anglesey Abbey, accession no. 515559.

On the The River Tiber, near Acquacetosa by John Collingham Moore. .1858-70. Watercolour on paper; 10 x 17½ inches (25.4 X 44.4 cm). Collection of Victoria and Albert Museum, accession no. 1798-1888.

Banks of the River near Acqua Acetosa, 1835 by Adrian Ludwig Richter (1803-1884). Oil on canvas; 523/4 x 357/8 inches (134 x 91 cm). Collection of Latvian National Museum of Art.

Acqua Acetosa (Bords du Tibre dans la Campagne du Rome). 1825 by Camille Corot (1796 -1875). Oil on paper, laid down on canvas; 73/8 x 131/2 inches (18.7 x 34.4 cm). Private collection.

Rom, Der Tiber bei Acqua Acetosa (Rome, The Tiber near Acqua Acetosa). c.1820 by Florian Grospietsch (1789-1839). Oil on canvas; dimensions unknown. Collection of Landsemuseum Mainz, Germany. Inventory no. Nr.1512

Un Voyageur dans les Environs d'Acqua Acetosa (A Traveller in the Surrounding Area of d'Acqua Acetosa). 1835 by Martinus Rørbye (1803 – 1848). Oil on canvas, 125/8 x 161/4 inches (32 X 41 cm). Collection of Gothenburg Museum of Art, Sweden inventory no. GKM 1929.

View of the Tiber at the Source of Acqua Acetosa overlooking the Site of the Ancient Fidenae (Ansicht des Tibers an der Quelle von Acqua Acetosa mit Blick auf Fidenae). 1808 by Johann Christian Reinhart (1761-1847). Oil on canvas, 167/8 x 261/4 inches (42.9 X 66.7 cm). Collection of Hamburger Kunsthalle, inventory No. HK-5643.

The Fountain of the Acqua Acetosa. 1814 by Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg. Oil on canvas, dimensions unknown. Collection of Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen, Denmark

Vue du Tibre depuis l'Acqua Acetosa. Rome (View of the Tiber Around Acqua Acetosa). by Felix Hippolyte Lanoue (1812-1872). Oil on canvas, 291/2 x 421/2 inches (75 x 108 cm). Collection of the Louvre, Paris, inventory no. RF 386.

Vue de l'Acqua Acetosa au Nord de Rome (View of the l'Acqua Acetosa to the North of Rome). by Edouard Brandon (1831-1897). Oil on panel, 57/8 x 121/4 inches (15 x 31 cm). Private collection.

Last modified 22 December 2022