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View of the interior of a Mosque

Artist/Collection: Description de l'Egypte, Napoleon
Product Code: FRP19450
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View of the interior of a Mosque

Le Kaire (Citadelle)
Vue interieure D'Une Mosquee, Connue sous le Nom de Divan de Joseph

Size: 71 x 54 cm (28 x 21 inches)
Date: The first volumes of engravings were presented to Napoleon in 1808.
Condition: Excellent. A few foxing dots.
This stunning engraving is from "Description de l'’Egypte" which contained the largest engravings ever made. In 1798 Napoleon commissioned a vast expedition of the finest scholars,scientists and artists to accompany his army on his campaign to conquer Egypt. Their mission was to study all aspects of Egypt and document their findings, which resulted in 16 massive volumes. The beauty of engravings, and their very large size makes Description de l'Égypte an exceptional work.

Here is what is a once in a lifetime opportunity to own one of these rare, beautiful and important antique engravings.

Date Made 1800-1849
Paper Size 71 x 54 cm (28 x 21 inches)
Shape Landscape
Main Color Black + White
Size Category > 51cm (> 20 inches)