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Samuel Lysons, South west view of the remains of a laconicum or sweating room
Samuel Lysons, South west view of the remains of a laconicum or sweating room

South west view of the remains of a laconicum or sweating room

Samuel Lysons (1763 - 1819)

RA Collection: Art

Title
South west view of the remains of a laconicum or sweating room
Artist/designer
Samuel Lysons (1763 - 1819)
From
Samuel Lysons, An account of Roman antiquities discovered at Woodchester, London 1797 (pl.XXV)
Object type
Plate
Medium
Hand-coloured etching with stipple and aquatint
Dimensions

288 mm x 248 mm

Collection
Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
03/6320
This image is from a book

An Account Of Roman Antiquities Discovered At Woodchester In The County Of Gloucester. By Samuel Lysons F.R.S. & A.S. - London: [1797]

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