21 September 2000,
Price realised GBP 4,465
GBP 4,000 - GBP 6,000
AFTER REV. W.H. CARPENDALE
Panoramic View of Bombay, taken from Malabar Hill
Coloured lithograph printed in blue, black and light brown, after Carpendale by L.J.-B. Sabatier (d.1887), published by Lemercier, Paris c.1860, on 2 sheets joined with printed key below image (small repaired tear to right margin, small section of upper left margin lacking, very light spotting affecting sky area, surface soiling to margins)
Image: 290 x 2045mm
Sheet: approx. 400 x 2110mm
An attractive panorama of Bombay extending from the Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy Hospital, Byculla, to Malabar point, taking in Back Bay, Butcher's Island and Elephanta, the Caranja hills and the Causeway joining Colaba to Bombay. This detailed view shows numerous boats in the bay and the important architectural and geographical features of the area.
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