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Fair At Khan Et Tujjar I

William Henry Bartlett (1809-1854)


Ink with pencil
8 1/4 x 9 inches

8 ¼ x 9 inches

The Estate Sale of Bartlett's Watercolour Drawings,
Southgate and Barrett, 22 Fleet Street, London,
29 January 1855, Lot 117, as 'Fair Near Mount Tabor'

Henry Stebbing, The Christian in Palestine, or Scenes of Sacred History, Historical and Descriptive, London: George Virtue, 1840, Page 230

'Chris Beetles Summer Show 2016', Chris Beetles Gallery, London, no 19

the Khan-et-Tujjàr, the Khan of the Merchants, a place now in ruins, but situated in the romantic valley, between Mount Tabor and Tiberias, and once the most frequented rendezvous of the wealthy of the land.
(Henry Stebbing, The Christian in Palestine, London: George Vertue, 1840, page 230)

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