19th-Century Artist Sketched Astonishing Underwater Landscapes Inside a Diving Bell

“Undisturbed, and drawing with a soft pencil on greenish-colored, varnished paper, Ransonnet could use a tin box to send up to the surface his finished pictures, which he later painted over in oils: the first depictions of the seascape executed by an artist under the sea.”
The Public Domain Review writers, on the astonishing underwater landscapes 19th-century artist Eugen von Ransonnet-Villez sketched inside a diving bell

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