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Bridge at Subiaco
Probably by Jean-Antoine Constantin

This sketch shows the Bridge of Campo d'Arco which crosses the River Aniene outside Subiaco, a town in the Sabine hills some seventy kilometres east of Rome. The strong, simple architecture of the old bridge is thrown into relief by the dramatic play of light and shadow across it. The artist, also known as Constantin d'Aix, was a founder of the Provençal school of landscape painting.

Key facts
Artist Probably by Jean-Antoine Constantin
Artist dates 1756 - 1844
Full title Bridge at Subiaco
Date made about 1777
Medium and support Oil on paper
Dimensions 28.7 × 39.4 cm
Acquisition credit The Gere Collection, on long-term loan to the National Gallery
Inventory number L813
Location in Gallery Room 46
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