The Dome of the Rock
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Given by Col. Willoughby Wallace C.M.G
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Prints & Drawings Study Room, level F, case EDUC, shelf 9, box F
Photochrom print of a large domed mosque surrounded by smaller domed buildings and archways around the perimeter of the square in which the mosque stands, with hills in the background.
Place of Origin
Materials and Techniques
Height: 165 mm, Width: 224 mm
Object history note
This photograph is part of a set collected by Canon Wallace of Bristol in the 1870's and 1880's, and presented to the museum in 1918 by Colonel Willoughby Wallace, his brother.
Photochrom print. Unknown artist. The Dome of the Rock, featuring the Mosque of Omar in Jerusalem, probably 1880s.
Bibliographic References (Citation, Note/Abstract, NAL no)
Coe, Brian & Haworth-Booth, Mark. A Guide to Early Photographic Printing Processes. London: The Victoria and Albert Museum in association with Hurtwood Press, 1983.
Photographs; Islam; Printmaking techniques; Mosques
Prints, Drawings & Paintings Collection