'Atella and part of the Vulture Range' by Alphonse Bernoud Grellier

'Atella and part of the Vulture Range'

Alphonse Bernoud Grellier

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'Atella and part of the Vulture Range'

Alphonse Bernoud Grellier

Landscape view of the road approach to the town of Atella, showing large buildings, including the Palazzo Sarracino and nunnery, with little earthquake damage. Inscribed verso in ink "No. Atella and Part of the Vulture Range". Inscribed in pencil "Photog 318". Reproduced as a lithograph in Mallet's 1862 Report, vol.2 pp.85-87. Collected by Robert Mallet.

Original: albumen print. 1857-1858

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