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Tivoli Roofs

Photo credit: The National Gallery, London

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Originally from Aix-en-Provence, François-Marius Granet studied with both Jean-Antoine Constantin and Jacques-Louis David. In 1802 he travelled to Rome with Comte Auguste de Forbin (1777 –1841) (later curator of the Louvre) for a brief visit; he returned soon after for a stay of 21 years, only returning to France in 1824. While in Rome he was taught by Simon Denis. Granet was particularly drawn to the textures, colours and forms of the city's architecture, and indeed earned money selling drawings of ancient monuments.

The National Gallery, London

London


Date

c.1810

Medium

oil on paper laid down on canvas

Measurements

H 26 x W 24 cm

Accession number

NG6672

Acquisition method

presented by the Lishawa family, 2018

Work type

Painting


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