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Photo credit: The Henry Barber Trust, The Barber Institute of Fine Arts, University of Birmingham

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A waterfall is visible through the arch of a stone bridge near the foreground. Further back, churches rise above the trees. A tree in the left foreground spreads its branches across to the right. This drawing was originally purchased as by Claude Lorrain (1600–1682) but is now thought to be by a Dutch imitator of the master working in Italy. The town in the distance is most likely Tivoli. Claude was widely admired by English collectors: his first works arrived in England at the end of the 17th century and influenced the development of formal landscape gardens.

The Barber Institute of Fine Arts

Birmingham

  • Date

    17th C

  • Medium

    pen & brown wash on paper

  • Measurements

    24.6 x 14.6 cm

  • Accession number

    36.2

  • Acquisition method

    purchased, 1936

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The Barber Institute of Fine Arts

University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, West Midlands B15 2TS England

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