Wikipedia entry
Introduction
Robert Turnbull Macpherson (27 February 1814 – 17 November 1872) was a Scottish artist and photographer who worked in Rome, Italy, in the 19th century.
Wikidata
Q7350504
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Getty record
Introduction
Macpherson worked mainly in Rome where he produced views of famous sites and a complete catalogue of the Vatican sculpture gallery. His birthdate is often reported as 1811, but it is more likely to have been 1815 or 1816.
Nationalities
British, Scottish
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Connoisseur, Landscapist, Portraitist, Painter, Photographer
Names
Robert Macpherson, Robert MacPherson, R. T. MacPherson, Robert Turnbull McPherson, R. T. Macpherson, R. Macpherson
Ulan
500126166
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