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The Pine Woods at Viareggio


The Pine Woods at Viareggoa tempera on canvas painting by John Roddam Spencer Stanhope (1829-1908). Depicts three young girls on a trip to the woods to collect firewood and pine cones with other groups in the distance.

Original frame, re-lined.

Stanhope initially trained under GF Watts and accompanied him to Italy in 1857, where he was greatly inspired. He worked on the Oxford Union murals with Rosetti and Burne-Jones and regularly exhibited at the Grosvenor Gallery. Stanhope settled outside Florence in 1873, where he lived for the remainder of his life.

Literature: The Grosvenor Gallery: A Palace of Art in Victorian England, Susan P Casteras, Yale University Press 

Dimensions: H 165cm, W 140cm, Framed H 132cm, W 108cm

Origin: English

Date: circa 1880

Item No: 171003

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