Find thousands of books, manuscripts, visual materials and unpublished archives from our collections, many of them with free online access.
Search for free, downloadable images taken from our library and museum collections, including paintings, illustrations, photos and more.
Entrance to the temple at Luxor, Egypt. Coloured lithograph by Louis Haghe after David Roberts, 1848.
- Roberts, David, 1796-1864
- 1 August 1848
- Part of
- Egypt and Nubia
Public Domain Mark
You can use this work for any purpose without restriction under copyright law.
Public Domain Mark (PDM) terms and conditions https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/mark/1.0
Selected images from this work
About this work
London (20 Threadneedle Street) : F.G. Moon, 1 August 1848.
1 print : lithograph with tint plate, with watercolour and gum arabic.
Grand entrance to the temple of Luxor ; David Roberts R.A. L. Haghe lith
David Roberts travelled in the Middle East and North Africa, particularly Egypt, from 1838 to 1839. During his journey, Roberts produced a great number of sketches. He developed these into watercolours, which were the basis for the series of 247 lithographs called The Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt & Nubia, published between 1842 and 1849
Travel in aquatint and lithography 1770-1860 from the library of J.R. Abbey, San Francisco 1991, vol. 1, 272.II.81
Bears number in pencil : 81
Wellcome Library no. 33461i
Where to find it
Location Status AccessClosed stores