Neo-Pompeian art with a 19th-century Italian spin. Alfonso Savini, artist. Living from 1838 to 1908, he exhibited at the Exhibition of Fine Arts in Turin in 1884.

"Lydia and the Lyre." 1874.
“Lydia and the Lyre.” 1874. Image © Stanworth Fine Art, Leicester. Fair use license. via https://stanworthfineart.com/herring-senior-2/
"An Old Testament Story." No date.
“An Old Testament Story.” No date. Photo and image © Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, mima. Fair use license. via https://www.artuk.org/discover/artists/savini-alfonso-18361908/search/nationality:Italian/page/38# An Old Testament Story
"Scène à Pompéi avec la servante aveugle Nydia et le Noble Glaucus." 1869.
“Scène à Pompéi avec la servante aveugle Nydia et le Noble Glaucus.” 1869. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://leprincelointain.blogspot.com/2018/06/alfonso-savini-1836-1908-scene-pompei.html
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