By Tim Cumming
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Published: June 21, 2013
Words: 1,420 (approximate)
These poems and field paintings were composed at La Chiusetta near Segano, Orvieto in Umbria, Italy in August 2011, in view of the dramatic tufa of Rocca Ripasena, favored by Pope Boniface VIII with a medieval palace.
Tim Cumming's suite of 12 poems and six watercolours celebrates an Etruscan summer holiday of sunshine, photography, food, family and the occasional bottle of Orvieto Classico.
Pitt Street Poetry is a Sydney-based poetry imprint which uses a judicious mix of traditional and contemporary technologies to publish reprints of classic Australian poetry and a selected new list.
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