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After David Roberts (1796-1864)

The Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt and Nubia ; v. 3 1849

RCIN 1075156

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Roberts visited the Middle East 1838-9, sailing up the Nile and travelling through Egypt and the Holy Land. His numerous watercolours provided the basis for the volumes of lithographs, published between 1843-9 and dedicated to Queen Victoria. An immediate success, the publication ensured that Roberts's views were seen by a wide audience and became the most popular and influential images of the Middle East of his time. Acquired during the reign of Queen Victoria