Bosa, a characterful hill town through which the River Temo flows to the sea on the northwest coast of Sardinia, was originally founded by the Phoenicians and later resettled by the Romans. It sports a hill fort and a cathedral as well as a bridge over the Temo all of which feature in my slightly larger work “The Pink Bridge of Bosa”.
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About the artist
Paintingsee "Bosa Riverport" on Robert Ellison's website