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Egypt, (painting)

Hamilton, James
Exhibition Catalogs
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 71 (Sale info: $225.00).
The portentous grandeur of the Egyptian scenes, illustrating the very majesty of desolation in colors that melt upon the vision like music on the ear, are as full of science as they are of soul; only great knowledge could tread in these perilous and critical places without a misstep into bathos. [Pp. 3-4.] "And the lone Ibis is the palace-guest." [P. 13; price noted by a contemporary hand.]
Catalogue of Paintings: From the Studio of James Hamilton, R.A. Now arranged for Exhibition at No. 1220 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, where they will be sold at Auction on the evenings of April 21st & 22nd, 1875, under the Direction of Messrs. James S. Earle & Sons. J.M. Rutherford, Auctioneer. B. Scott, Jr. will conduct the sale. Philadelphia: McLaughlin Brothers, Book and Job Printers, 112 and 114 South Third Street. 1875.
Artist professional affiliation: P.A.
Figure(s) In Interior
Control number:
AECI 01340055
Data Source:
Pre-1877 Art Exhibition Catalogue Index

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