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The Arch of Titus in Rome  1839

by Constantin Hansen

During his time in Rome Constantin Hansen painted oil studies in the open air to provide variety in between his more complex figure compositions. Outdoors, he was free of any constraints concerning his contemporaries’ expectations as regards motif, method of painting, and composition. [br] [b]An unconventional angle[/b] One of his freest and most original studies is thi...
Courtesy of the National Gallery of Denmark