Janina, Albania (subsequently Greece): the town seen through a gap in the city walls. Colour lithograph by R. Carrick after G.D. Beresford, 1855.
- Beresford, G. de la Poer
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At this time (1855) Janina was the capital of an administrative division of the Ottoman Empire. In 1913 it became part of Greece. In the print, some Albanian men are sitting by the wall and chatting to each other. They wear authentic everyday clothes that mostly consist of a white tunic, a mid-length coat in dark colours with a waistband (to hold the knife) and a skullcap (takke)
Janina, the capital of Albania. G. D. Beresford, del. ; R. Carrick lith.
[London] : Day & Son lith.rs to The Queen, 
1 print : lithograph with tint plate ; image 23.2 x 32.4 cm
Travel in aquatint and lithography 1770-1860 from the library of J.R. Abbey, San Francisco 1991, vol. 1, no. 46.1
Wellcome Library no. 2200299i