Hendrik Frans van Lint (1684-1763) painted many "Italianate" scenes of soft focus, indirect light, fair skies, and lush vegetation. In less than 20 of his works did he include details of a specific location being represented.
When in Rome, though, he made faithful representations of some of landmark structures, in something of a "postcard" style. In these views, any persons in the scene were depicted at a safe enough distance so as to not distract from the objects of interest.
|View of Tivoli|
by Hendril Frans van Lint