- Thomas Girtin (1775-1802) after Charles-Louis Clérisseau (1721-1820)
- Rome: Study of the Entablature of the Temple of Saturn
- 1797 - 1798
- Medium and Support
- Graphite, pen and ink and brush and ink on paper
- 13 × 17.5 cm, 5 ⅛ × 6 ⅞ in
‘Girtin’ lower centre, by Thomas Girtin
- Subject Terms
- Italian View: Rome
- Catalogue Number
- Description Source(s)
- Auction Catalogue
William Henry Millais (1828–99); Ernest Heinzer; Sotheby’s, 13 July 1995, lot 25 as 'Part of the Temple of Concord, Rome', £2,990; Spink & Son Ltd, London; their sale, Christie's, South Kensington, 21 June 1998, lot 109 as 'A Study of the Architectural Columns of the Temple of Concorde, Rome', £1,380
- 1 Holcroft’s unique eye-witness account of Girtin at work during the excursions they undertook in and around Paris in the early spring of 1802, published in the second volume of Travels from Hamburg, through Westphalia, Holland, and the Netherlands, to Paris, is transcribed in the Documents section of the Archive (1802 – Item 1).
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