Egypt and Nubia

July 24, 2015 | Posted by Peter Jakobsen | ART, Non-Fiction, TRAVEL | 0 Comments |

(Written by William Brockedon, lithographs by Louis Haghe, from drawings made on the spot by David Roberts RA) (1847)

It may not be the most propitious time to visit Egypt or indeed the Sudan.  Cheaper and safer to buy this sumptuous single volume Folio edition with the remarkable plates of David Roberts, a Member of the Royal Academy and a high master of in situ painting and (back at the studio, obviously) lithography.


















May be an image of 4 people

and today…

May be an image of 5 people and outdoors


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