Water color; Two peasants dancing to the music of bagpipe and horn
- Saverio della Gatta, Italian, 1777 - 1829
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- Horizontal rectangle. Two male peasants dance in front of a cask (butt), upon which a man sits, a boy stands. A man blows a bagpipe, another a recorder. Two women stand; a third sits looking on at right. Mountainous country with a town at right. Framing lines. Signature: "Gatta 1827."
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- Gift of Eleanor and Sarah Hewitt
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- Pen and black ink and water colors on wove paper.
- 11.9 × 18.2 cm (4 11/16 × 7 3/16 in.)
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