'Castelluccio' [earthquake damage] by Alphonse Bernoud Grellier

'Castelluccio' [earthquake damage]

Alphonse Bernoud Grellier

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'Castelluccio' [earthquake damage]

Alphonse Bernoud Grellier

View of the relatively undamaged town of Castelluccio, Italy. The town is set upon a hill down which with cracks and rock falls are visible. Inscribed verso "No. Castellucio" in ink and with a pencil annotation "page 32 p.1. Reduced size, to be shaded". Numbered "11" in pencil upper right. Collected by Robert Mallet and reproduced as a lithograph in his 1862 Report, vol.1 pp.28-29.

Original: albumen print. 1857-1858

  • Image ref: RS-8797
  • The Royal Society

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