A victorian in the orient

Highet, Juliet
September 1998
Middle East;Sep98, Issue 282, p48
Discusses the journey of artist David Roberts to the Middle East from 1838-1839. Why Roberts decided to travel to the Middle East; Background information on Roberts; Roberts' experiences with handling architectural subjects; Details on Roberts' achievements and journeys.


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