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Untitled (Entrance to the First Temple of Karnak)

1812-1845

William James Müller

From the collection

Title

Untitled (Entrance to the First Temple of Karnak)

Date

1812-1845

Description

Entrance to the First Temple of Karnak; a square court, partly ruined, surrounded by double columns of the closed lotus form, covered with paintings and hieroglyphics, near the foreground right an Arab seated on the sand heaped up round the bases of the pillars, one of which has half fallen, another court visible through doorway beyond. Watercolour and bodycolour; on buff paper.
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Location

El-Karnak, Luxor Governorate, Egypt

Country

Continent

Location Accuracy

Pinpoint

Medium

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