- (?) Thomas Girtin (1775-1802) and Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851) after John Robert Cozens (1752-1797)
- A Villa on the Banks of the River Arno, Known as the Villa Salviati
- 1794 - 1797
- Medium and Support
- Graphite, watercolour and scratching out on wove paper
- 18.4 × 23.5 cm, 7 ¼ × 9 ¼ in
'Villa Salviati on the Arno' on the back, lower right; 'Turner RA' on the back
- Object Type
- Collaborations; Monro School Copy
- Subject Terms
- Italian View: Tuscany; River Scenery
- Catalogue Number
- Description Source(s)
- Gallery Website
Dr Thomas Monro (1759–1833); his posthumous sale, Christie's, 2 July 1833, lot 134 as 'The villa Salviati, &c. 2' by 'Turner'; bought by 'Rogers', £4 8s; possibly Samuel Rogers (1763–1855); then by descent to his great-nephew, Henry Rogers (c.1823–78); his posthumous sale, Christie's, 21 May 1878, lot 133 as by Joseph Mallord William Turner; bought by 'Booker', £24 3s; ... Cotswold Gallery, London, 1930; ... Frederick Meatyard, 1943; bought by Thomas Girtin (1874–1960), £8; Tom Girtin (1913–94); bought by John Baskett on behalf of Paul Mellon (1907–99), 1970; presented to the Center, 1975
Cotswold Gallery, 1930a, no.2 as by Joseph Mallord William Turner; Cotswold Gallery, 1930b, no.93, £52; Cotswold Gallery, 1932, no.14
Bell and Girtin, 1935, p.75; YCBA Online as 'Villa Salviati on the Arno' by Joseph Mallord William Turner (Accessed 09/09/2022)
- 1 The full diary entry, giving crucial details of the artists’ work at Monro’s house, is transcribed in the Documents section of the Archive (1798 – Item 2).
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