"American Artists in Rome," Mineral Point Tribune, July 20, 1871

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"American Artists in Rome," Mineral Point Tribune, July 20, 1871

Subject

Brewster, Anne Hampton, 1818-1892
Citation of Different Periodical / Reprint
Boston Daily Advertiser
Italy--Rome
Artists--US American

Description

This reprint from the Boston Advertiser informs the public about the travels of American artists living in Rome. More reprints of this article can be found here, for instance.

Credit

Chronicling America

Publisher

Bliss & Son

Date

1871-07-20

Type

Reference

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Text

Anne Brewster writes from Rome to the Boston Advertiser: The artists are going North, South, East and West. Story leaves Rome for his Cumberland country seat in England, in a few days. He showed me some of his charcoal drawings the other day. One is of the "Malaria" on the Maremma. Another is of Macbeth and Banquo meeting the witches on the blasted heath. A third skecth is an illustration [....].
Miss Hosmer leaves Rome shortly for Munich on on the way to Vienna, wither she goes to pay a visit to her friend, Lady Bromfield, the wife of the English Ambassador to Vienna; from hence she goes to England to see Lady Ashburton and Lady Alford.
Stanley Hasletine, who has been studying in Sicily all the spring, and returned to Rome a few weeks ago with some delicious studies, especially of Taormina, has gone for a month to Venice to make some studies; thence he goes noth to Switzerland. Coleman goes to Venice to study in July. Yewell spends the summer in Perugia. Rogers and Ives sail for America next month. Vedder has also gone north. Vedder's beautiful Bach study, or Fete Champetre, was ordered by Mr. Gurnee, or New York.

Provenance

Mineral Point tribune. (Mineral Point, Wis.), 20 July 1871. Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers. Lib. of Congress. https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn86086770/1871-07-20/ed-1/seq-6/. Accessed 4 Aug 2021.

Location

Mineral Point, WI, US

Geocode (Latitude)

42.8601834

Geocode (Longitude)

-90.179547

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Citation

“"American Artists in Rome," Mineral Point Tribune, July 20, 1871,” Archival Gossip Collection, accessed June 15, 2024, https://archivalgossip.com/collection/items/show/753.

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