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A MICROMOSAIC PANEL DEPICTING A WATERFALL
A MICROMOSAIC PANEL DEPICTING A WATERFALL

ROMAN, FIRST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY

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A MICROMOSAIC PANEL DEPICTING A WATERFALL
ROMAN, FIRST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY
Possibly depicting Tivoli; the edge with a gilt Greek-key border, within an iron frame and back
17 3/8 x 14¼ in. (43.7 x 36.2 cm.)

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Lot Essay

This lot compares to a micromosaic by Giacome Raffaelli The Temple of Sibyl at Tivoli and a Waterfall from the Anichkov Palace, today in the collection of the Hermitage (R. Grieco, Micromosaic Roman, Rome, 2007, p. 151. pl. 372); and a View of Tivoli by Giovanni Morelli in the Gilbert Collection (J. H. Gabriel, The Gilbert Collection, Micromosaics, London, 2000, pp.102-103, no. 47).

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