The Thorvaldsens Museum Archives

 
No. 6048 of 10178
Sender Date Recipient
Ralph Waldo Emerson [+]

Sender’s Location

Rom

30.3.1833 [+]

Dating based on

Dateringen fremgår af dagbogen.

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Abstract

Emerson writes in his diary that he has visited Thorvaldsen’s workshop and seen the statue of Byron.

This morning went with young Warren and Grant to Thorwaldsen’s studio and saw his fine statue of Byron. ’Tis good as a history. I saw three or four rooms of stone things, but nothing else to look at. Then to the Barberini Palace and saw the Beatrice Cenci of Guido and the Fornarina of Raffaelle.

General Comment

Teksten er et uddrag fra Emersons dagbog i Rom, og er afskrevet efter Emerson & Forbes, op. cit., p. 79.

Archival Reference
Houghton Library, Harvard University
Other references

  • Edward W. Emerson og W. Emerson Forbes (red.). Journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson bd. 3, London 1910.

Subjects
Portrait Statues, Historical Persons · Thorvaldsen's Workshops · Thorvaldsen's Workshops, Visits to
Persons
Bertel Thorvaldsen
Works
Last updated 26.03.2017 Print