Gizeh. Tomb 24. Sepulchral Chamber No. 2c in the Royal Museum, Berliln.

BINION, Samuel Augustus

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Place Published: Buffalo, NY
Publisher: American Polytechnic Company
Date Published: 1887

Description: Color lithograph. Image measures 12 1/2" x 15 7/8". Sheet measures 21" x 27 1/4". Plate XVI.

Comments: This graphic color lithograph depicts a portion of the tomb of Prince Merab, or Merhat, the son of the builder of the Great Pyramid, King Khufu. Published in 1887, the print represents in detail the sculptural and painted images and hieroglyphics adorning the walls of the tomb, which is now housed in the Royal Museum in Berlin. This print is from a limited edition of Binion's "Ancient Egypt or Mizraim," Vol. II, considered a landmark of American chromolithography. This print is vibrantly colored and in very good condition. There are some stains and fingerprints on the outside margins, but they do not affect the quality of the image. Samuel Augustus Binion (1853-1914) was a Polish author, traveler, and translator. With "Ancient Egypt," he sought to present Egyptian history, art, and architecture in a thorough manner. He intended the size of the work to be sumptuous enough to allow for the faithful depiction of buildings, ornamentation, hieroglyphics, and decorations in their original colors, yet still manageable for use in both private and public libraries.

Edition: Limited
Language: English
Type: Prints

Book ID: 232550


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