Rijksmuseum Collection: The Gulf of Naples with the Island of Ischia in the Distance

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When Knip painted this landscape, he relied on sketches he had drawn in Italy. The result: Italy in a nutshell. The Gulf of Naples, with the island of Ischia and the volcano Epomeo in the distance, is combined with several Roman monuments: the ruins of the Colosseum (left), Nero’s aqueduct and the church of SS Quattro Coronati. The motif of the capital to the right, near the two men, derives from a sketch by Knip. (Bron: Rijksmuseum) 

With this unique painting by Josephus Augustus Knip from 1818 on photo wallpaper you can give a room that finishing touch!

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Photo Wallpaper: The Gulf of Naples with the Island of Ischia in the Distance
Italian landscape at Naples, in the background the Bay of Naples and the island of Ischia with the volcano Epomeo. In the foreground the ruins of a Roman aqueduct. Right a road paved with large stones, in the background a monastery on a hilltop. On the way there is a priest standing by a man with two dogs  (Bron: Rijksmuseum)

About Josephus Augustus Knip
Joseph August Knip (Josephus Augustus Knip) (baptized 3 August 1777, Tilburg - buried 1 October 1847, Berlicum) was a Dutch painter. Son of decorative painter Nicolaas Frederik Knip, who was his first teacher, he moved with his family to 's-Hertogenbosch when he was eleven years old. In 1794 the French besieged and captured the town. At nineteen he became the family breadwinner, after his father went blind, and he was the first teacher of his younger sister Henriëtte Geertruida Knip. In 1801 he established himself in Paris, where he accepted commissions for topographical paintings. (Bron: Wikipedia)

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In our Rijksmuseum Collection we offer an unique art collection on photo wallpaper taken from the collection of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. We will keep adding items to this collection so be sure to visit our website again. 

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