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River and Hills
Henri-Joseph Harpignies

Harpignies spent the years 1850-52 in Rome where he was inspired by his surroundings in the Roman Campagna.

The site of this work has not been identified, but the style suggests it is an early work, perhaps of the 1850s.

Key facts
Artist Henri-Joseph Harpignies
Artist dates 1819 - 1916
Full title River and Hills
Date made about 1850-60
Medium and support Oil on canvas
Dimensions 27.3 x 44.5 cm
Inscription summary Signed
Acquisition credit Bequeathed by Hans Velten to the Tate Gallery, 1931; transferred, 1956
Inventory number NG4582
Location in Gallery Not on display
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