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Art & Design Study Collection: James Smith Pierce Collection
Stored: 234 JSP Box 1, S7D
UND Art Collections Repository
Richard Earlom was a British artist born in 1743 in London. Earlom got his inspiration from Giovanni Battista Ciprani, an Italian painter of whom Earlom eventually studied under. He is best known for his mezzotints which often portrayed detailed landscapes. Works by Richard Earlom can be found in the permanent collections of the Fine Art Museums of San Francisco, The National Galleries of Scotland, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and several other collections internationally.
Created by Earlom after Claude Lorrain (Claude Gellée) French, ca. 1604–1682
Lower left under image: Claude del Center under image: Pub. Dec. 1, 1803, by J & J Boydell, No. 90, Cheapside; and at the Shakespeare Gallery, Pall Mall, London. Lower right under image: R. Earlom sculp. Bottom right: No. 31
Center bottom: from the original drawing in the collection of R.P. Knight. Esq.
Folded side edges, wear and tear along bottom and right side. Darkening or bleaching from prolonged exposure to ultraviolet and/or heat from sun or artificial light
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