Sicily in Art

Thomas Fearnley - a Norwegian in Sicily 1833

Thomas Fearnley: Palermo

Thomas Fearnley (1802-1842): Palermo and Monte Pellegrino. Public Domain. Photo: Cecilia Heisser / Nationalmuseum, Stockholm.

 

Thomas Fearnley: Palermo

Thomas Fearnley (1802-1842): Palermo.

CC-BY: Photo: Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo

 

Santa Maria di Gesù, Palermo

Photo: Nasjonalmuseet/Thorkildsen, Morten

 

Thomas Fearnley

Thomas Fearnley (1802-1842): Taormina and Etna seen from the Greek Theatre. Drawing, 3 June 1833.

CC-BY: Photo: Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo

 

 

Thomas Fearnley: Porta di Girgenti

Thomas Fearnley: Porta di Girgenti (1833).

CC-BY: Photo: Nasjonalmuseet/Høstland, Børre

 

 

Thomas Fearnley: Catania

Thomas Fearnley: Catania (1835).

CC-BY: Photo: Nasjonalmuseet/Høstland, Børre

 

More artists in Sicily

Andreas Achenbach: Sicily

Andreas Achenbach (1815–1910): Clearing Up—Coast of Sicily, 1847, The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, MD. (CC)

 

Henry Tresham (c.1751–1814): Messina after the Earthquake

Henry Tresham (c.1751–1814): Messina after the Earthquake: The Nave of a Ruined Church (1783)

Ink, watercolour and graphite on paper

Tate. Creative Commons CC-BY-NC-ND (3.0 Unported)

 

Henry Tresham (c.1751–1814): Messina after the Earthquake

Henry Tresham (c.1751–1814): Messina after the Earthquake: View of a Port, the Apse of a Church to Left, a Ship in the Harbour 1783.

Graphite, ink and watercolour on paper

Tate. Creative Commons CC-BY-NC-ND (3.0 Unported)

 

 

Attributed to Charles Gore (1729–1807): The Temple of Ceres, Segesta

Graphite, watercolour and ink on paper

Tate. Creative Commons CC-BY-NC-ND (3.0 Unported)

 

Carl August Ehrensvärd

Sicilian scenery (1781) by the Swedish painter Carl August Ehrensvärd (1745-1800). Ink and water colour.

Public Domain. Photo: Nationalmuseum, Stockholm.