Artist Job Nixon: A family from Anticoli Corrardo, Going to Market, 1928

Artist Job Nixon (1891-1938): A family from Anticoli Corrardo, Going to Market, 1928

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Job Nixon (1891-1938):
A family from Anticoli Corrardo, Going to Market, 1928
Framed (ref: 6351)
Signed and dated 1928

Waterolcour and pen and ink
15 x 21 ins. (38 x 54 cm) 

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Some mild foxing

Job Nixon was the Rome Scholar in Engraving for 1920. This picture depicts a family from Anticoli Corrardo, a small village south of Rome, was famed for the beauty of its inhabitants and had, since the nineteenth century, been popular with Italian painters. Following in the footsteps of Colin Gill the first Rome Scholar, Winifred Knights and Job Nixon spent the Summer months of their scholarship in Anticoli, and Nixon subsequently returned there on many occasions.