Morning in Tuscany
24 x 36"

Of all my foreign travels, the one place the holds me most dearly is the landscape of Tuscany. For its history, food, people and culture it has a quality of life like no other. Ever since my earliest days as an art student, return trips have drawn me into this magical landscape of color and incomparable light. My base has always been the ancient Etruscan town of Cortona, where Hannibal ambushed two Roman legions on a foggy morning in 217 BC. Some 15,000 Romans were vanquished.

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