Set of nine drawings of Rome, 22" x 30," using ink, crayon, relief prints, and transfer drawings. Executed on hand-made linen paper produced at Dieu Donne Paper Mill in New York city in 2009. The paper incorporates a stencil pulp painting of the Aurelian city wall colored with dry pigments from Rome. Linoleum prints inspired by the Cosmatesque patterns of marble floors of Roman churches were inlaid during the paper making process. The drawings are intended to be displayed together as one large drawing arranged in the same manner as the Nolli plates, measuring 66" by 90."
Purchased by the University of Denver Library.