7 July 2010
Property from The Estate of Peter and Olive Belton sold to benefit the charities MacMillan Nurses and L.O.R.O.S.
William Callow, R.W.S. (London 1812-1908 Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire)
The temple of Vesta above the Falls at Tivoli
signed and dated 'William Callow./1859.' (lower left)
pencil and watercolour, heightened with touches of bodycolour, on oatmeal paper
28¾ x 22 in. (73 x 55.9 cm.)
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H.M. Cundall, William Callow, London, 1908, p. 154.
London, Royal Water-colour Society, Summer 1859, no. 190.
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