Settlement on a Hill

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Domenico Campagnola built up the composition of this hilly landscape diagonally from left to right. Typical of his drawing style is the way in which he suggested shadows with parallel hatching. He left some parts completely empty, such as the sky and passages of the foreground. He had adopted this way of drawing from Titian, one of the great innovators of 16th-century landscape art. Date: c 1520. Object ID: RP-T-1958-132(R).

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