1851 Prisse Hand Colored Stone Lithograph "Nubian Females, Kanoose Tribe"
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1851 Hand Colored Stone Lithograph "Nubian Females, Kanoose Tribe" From Oriental Album. Characters, Costumes, and Modes of Life, in the Valley of the Nile. James Madden, London, 1851 Illustrated from the designs taken on the spot, by Emile Prisse. Prisse worked in Egypt, documenting the land and its inhabitants. He provided institutions with a very rich documentation of pre-modern Egypt. He was also one of the first people to realize the importance of the preservation and protection of ancient artifacts and monuments Prisse's original drawings were redrawn onto stone and published by James Madden. 11.5"X17"
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