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View up the Tiber from the Via Marmorata, Rome

Photo credit: National Trust Images

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This view no longer exists as the artist painted it. The Collegio di San Michele, built in the eighteenth century, and the construction of the Lungotevere, along the river Tiber in the nineteenth century, altered it. Here, the old Imperial marble-working yard (Marmorata) is visible on the right bank and the Porto di Ripa Grande, with its two descending ramps with the building of the Dogana (customs house) between them, can be seen on the left.

National Trust, Mompesson House





oil on canvas


H 59.5 x W 116.5 cm

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bequeathed by Roger Clarke, 1988

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