THE SABINES FROM TUSCULUM.

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Image: Royal Academy Illustrated, 1933.

Tusculum is a ruined Roman settlement on a hill twelve miles south-east of Rome. The view in the paiting is looking northwards from there, across the lowlands east of Rome, towards Gennaro (also known as Monte Zappi, 1,275m/4,173ft) in the Sabina region of Italy.

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Image: adapted from Google Earth. Monte Zappi is the peak just right of centre in the picture.
  • Media: oil on canvas (assumed).
  • Dimensions: ?
  • History: exhibited Royal Academy, 1933.
  • Location: unknown.