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ALBANIS BEAUMONT, Jean Francois.

Temple de Joves, or Jupiter, between the Var & Antibes.

Published: London. 1795

Stock code: 69213

Price: £125

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An attractive sepia aquatint view of the Temple of Jupiter, built by the Romans in southern France, by Albanis Beaumont (1753-1810). Printed by T. Bensley, and published for William Faden in London. Beaumont was born in Piedmont, but naturalised in England. Between the years 1787 and 1806 he published a great number of views in the south of France, in the Alps, and in Italy. This print is from a scarce book of Travels through The Maritime Alps from Italy to Lyons, across the Col de Tende by way of Nice, Provence, Languedoc etc.

Size: 295 420 mm. Sepia aquatint. Excellent condition. Print has had a slight clean.

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