C1842
 (1849)

Damascus Gate

Jerusalem’s &quotDamascus Gate&quot was so called by the Europeans as it leads to Damascus and Nabulus.It is north facing and one of four open gates rebuilt on the compass points by Sultan Suleiman in A.D. 1542.The locals call it Bab-el-Amud,or … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Damascus Gate

Date:

C1842
 (1849)

Engraver:

Louis Hague 

Condition:

In good condition

Technique:

original tinted lithographs-Handcoloured

Image Size: 

230mm 
x 145mm
AUTHENTICITY
Damascus Gate - Antique Print from 1842

Genuine antique
dated:

1849

Description:

Jerusalem’s &quotDamascus Gate&quot was so called by the Europeans as it leads to Damascus and Nabulus.It is north facing and one of four open gates rebuilt on the compass points by Sultan Suleiman in A.D. 1542.The locals call it Bab-el-Amud,or &quotGate of the Pillar&quot and is the more ornate of the four.

David Roberts (1796 - 1864)

Roberts was initially apprenticed as a house painter and then became a scene painter in theatres. Exhibiting from 1824 his fame came after publication of his most famous work, Egypt & the Holy Land, one of the most important records of these countries famous places and monuments.

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