- Thomas Girtin (1775-1802) after Charles-Louis Clérisseau (1721-1820)
- Rome: The Temple of Saturn, Known as the Temple of Concord
- 1796 - 1797
- Medium and Support
- Graphite, pen and ink and brush and ink on wove paper
- 39.8 × 54.4 cm, 15 ⅝ × 21 ⅜ in
- Object Type
- Outline Drawing; Work from a Known Source: Foreign Master
- Subject Terms
- Italian View: Ancient Rome
Rome: The Temple of Saturn, with the Arch of Septimius Severus
- Catalogue Number
- Girtin & Loshak Number
- 343 as 'The Temple of Concord, Rome'; '1799–1800'
- Description Source(s)
- Viewed in 2001 and 2018
John Henderson (1764–1843); then by descent to John Henderson II (1797–1878); bequeathed to the Museum, 1878
Binyon, 1898–1907, no.103 as 'Remains of the Temple of Concord, Rome'; Wilton, 1984a, p.11
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