Edward Lear, Near Suez (1849)

Edward Lear, Near Suez, evening, 15 January 1849.
Watecolour with pen in brown ink over graphite on moderately  thick, rough, beige wove paper. 13.3 x 23.2 cm.
Yale Center for British Art. Gift of D. Gallup.

From Braeuner, Hélène. “British Travellers in teh Isthmus of Suez from 1798 to 1859.” In Caroline Lehni (ed.). Geographies of Contact: Britain, the Middle East and the Circulation of Knowledge. Strasbourg: Presses Universitaires de Strasbourg, 2019. 149-160. 155.

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