8 July 2008
Pietro Giacomo Palmieri (Bologna 1737-1804 Turin)
A peasant family and their animals among classical ruins
signed 'Palmieri. In. fe cc.'
black chalk, pen and brown ink, brush and grey and black ink, grey, black and brown wash, heightened with white
14¼ x 20½ in. (362 x 546 mm.)
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