London, South Kensington
3 May 2007
After James Atkinson
Sketches in Afghaunistan: Beloochees in the Bolan Pass; Scene on the River Sutledge, near Paukputtun in the Punjaub; The Town of Roree and the Fortress of Bhukker, on the Indus; The Encampment at Dadur, with the entrance to the Bolan Pass; View of the Mountain Baba-Naunee; Entrance to the Bolan Pass from Dadur; The Wild Pass of Siri-Kajoor; The Approach to the Fortress of Kwettah; The Troops emerging from the narrow part of the defile in the Koojah Pass; The First Descent through the Koojah Pass; The Third Descent of the Koojah Pass; The City of Candahar; The Fortress and Citadel of Ghuznee and the Two Minars; The Valley of Maidan; The Village of Urghundee; Entrance into Caubul from Killa-Kazee; The Main Street in the Bazaar at Caubul in the Fruit Season; The Balla Hissar and City of Caubul, from the upper part of the Citadel; Caubul, from a Burying Ground on the Mountain Ridge, North East of the City; The Durbar-Khaneh of Shah Shoojah-ool-Moolk, at Caubul; The Avenue at Baber's Tomb; The Tomb of the Emperor Baber; Five vignettes, costumes of Caubul, by Louis and Charles Hague (Abbey Travel 508, pls. 1-7, 9, 11, 12 and 14-26).
handcoloured lithographs, published by Henry Graves, London, 1842
S. 14 3/8 x 20¾in. (36.5 x 52.7cm.) (23)
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