Landscapes with buildings that probably aren’t there anymore on the other side of a bunch of wars. French. Florent Fidèle Constant Bourgeois. Living from 1767 to 1841, he studied under David but spent much of his time in Italy.

"La maison de Molière à Auteuil." 1811.
“La maison de Molière à Auteuil.” 1811. Drawing. Collection of the BNF Gallica. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Constant_Bourgeois_Maison_Moliere.jpg
"Vue d'Italie." Undated.
“Vue d’Italie.” Undated. Pen and ink with wash. Image ©2019 Artnet Worldwide Corporation. Fair use license. via http://www.artnet.com/artists/florent-fid%C3%A8le-constant-bourgeois/vue-ditalie-Xo7JQtkpn8aO_Sdf2xrShw2
"A Palazzo in the Roman Campagna."
“A Palazzo in the Roman Campagna.” (detail of a work showing three Italian views). 1807. Pen and brown ink and brown wash, over an underdrawing in black chalk. Image © Stephen Ongpin Fine Art, Saint James, London. Fair use license. via https://www.stephenongpin.com/object/790462/18203/three-italian-views-a-the-courtyard
"The Vaults of the Palazzo Comunale in Anagni"
“The Vaults of the Palazzo Comunale in Anagni” (detail of a work showing three Italian views). 1807. Pen and brown ink and brown wash, over an underdrawing in black chalk. Image © Stephen Ongpin Fine Art, Saint James, London. Fair use license. via https://www.stephenongpin.com/object/790462/18203/three-italian-views-a-the-courtyard

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