Bronte House, Nelson Bay, Sydney, NSW, Australia
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Oswald Walters Brierly
Haram el Ketab to left; 4 figures foreground. W. H. Russell described Haram el Ketab as 'a mass of rock as like a Pyramid as if Nature were trying to emulate the grand freaks of these great builders' (Russell, Diary p. 152). Dated.
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