Ettore Roesler Franz
|Born||11 May 1845|
|Died||26 March 1907|
Rome, Kingdom of Italy
His most famous work is a series of 120 aquarelles (water colours) named "Roma sparita" ("vanishing Rome"), which depict with great realism parts of the city he supposed were going to be destroyed in the effort to modernise it. Many of his water colours are in the Museo di Roma in Trastevere.
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