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Lake Maggiore, Lakes, Switzerland in Europe

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Italian Lakes - Locarno Featured Lake Maggiore Print

Italian Lakes - Locarno

Italian Lakes - Locarno - Seaview of small town - hills in background. Part of Box 184 Boswell Collection - Italian Lakes. 'Locarno (Ticinese: Locarn) is the capital of the Locarno district, located on the northern tip of Lake Maggiore (Lago Maggiore) in the Swiss canton of Ticino, close to Ascona at the foot of the Alps. It has a population of about 15, 000(60, 000 for the urban area including Ascona). The official language of Locarno is Italian. It is the 74th biggest city in Switzerland by population[citation needed] and the 3rd biggest of the canton Ticino, after Lugano and Bellinzona.' Locarno Date: circa 1900

© The Boswell Collection, Bexley Heritage Trust / Mary Evans

Lake Maggiore (w/c on paper) (detail of 381869) Featured Lake Maggiore Print

Lake Maggiore (w/c on paper) (detail of 381869)

XPG381869 Lake Maggiore (w/c on paper) (detail of 381869) by Wake-Cook, Ebenezer (1843-1926); Private Collection; English, out of copyright.
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© Private Collection / Bridgeman Images

Alpine, Alps, Bench, C19th, C20th, Floral, Flowers, Lago, Ornamental Garden, Southen Switzerland, Statue, Statues, Steps, Swiss Landscape, Town, Travel

Isola Bella, Lago Maggiore, 1839. Creator: Edward Lear (British, 1812-1888) Featured Lake Maggiore Print

Isola Bella, Lago Maggiore, 1839. Creator: Edward Lear (British, 1812-1888)

Isola Bella, Lago Maggiore, 1839. Most famous for humorous poems such as "The Owl and the Pussycat," Lear was also a painter and illustrator who wittily described himself as "Greek Topographical Painter par excellence." As a young artist, he traveled to Rome and remained abroad for the majority of his life. He undertook walking tours in Italy, Greece, Switzerland, and France, and sketched assiduously. Upon finding what he deemed a good subject, Lear observed the scenery through a monocle and then rapidly sketched the details of the view in graphite, usually recording the precise location and date. Later, he worked up the drawing in ink and laid in colour washes. This drawing records a view of Lake Maggiore in Italy

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