'...where Saponara had been...' [earthquake damage] by Alphonse Bernoud Grellier

'...where Saponara had been...' [earthquake damage]

Alphonse Bernoud Grellier

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'...where Saponara had been...' [earthquake damage]

Alphonse Bernoud Grellier

Landscape view of the destruction of Saponara, Italy. Inscribed verso in ink "No The mound of Rubbish where Sapanara had been looking Southward" and the same repeated in pencil. Inscribed in pencil top right "Photog 253". Reproduced as a lithograph in Mallet's 1862 Report, vol.1 pp.418-419. Collected by Robert Mallet.

Original: albumen print. 1857-1858

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