El Areesh by Edward Lear

El Areesh

(die Areesh)


Edward Lear

1867   ·  Wasserfarbe auf Papier  ·  Picture ID: 7927

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El Areesh by Edward Lear
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A Ruined Tower House Good Hospitalization in the Roman Campagna, 1878 There was an Old Man of th Abruzzi, so blind that he couldnt his foot see, from A Book of Nonsense, published by Frederick Warne and Co., London, c.1875 Temple Apollo in Bassae The Temple of Apollo, Bassae, 1854-55 Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives, Sunrise Philae, Egypt, 1863 There was an Old Man of Jamaica, who suddenly married a Quaker, from A Book of Nonsense, published by Frederick Warne and Co., London, c.1875 There was an Old Person of Sparta, who had twenty-five sons and one darter, from A Book of Nonsense, published by Frederick Warne and Co., London, c.1875 There was an Old Person of Dover, who rushed through a field of blue clover, from A Book of Nonsense, published by Frederick Warne and Co., London, c.1875 There was an Old Person whose habits induced him to feed upon Rabbits, from A Book of Nonsense, published by Frederick Warne and Co., London, c.1875 There was a Young Lady of Bute, who played on a silver-gilt flute, from A Book of Nonsense, published by Frederick Warne and Co., London, c.1875 There was an Old Person of Bromley, whose ways were not cheerful or comely Anodorhynchus leari Aqueduct of Nero, Rome
Other art prints by Edward Lear
A Ruined Tower House Good Hospitalization in the Roman Campagna, 1878 There was an Old Man of th Abruzzi, so blind that he couldnt his foot see, from A Book of Nonsense, published by Frederick Warne and Co., London, c.1875 Temple Apollo in Bassae The Temple of Apollo, Bassae, 1854-55 Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives, Sunrise Philae, Egypt, 1863 There was an Old Man of Jamaica, who suddenly married a Quaker, from A Book of Nonsense, published by Frederick Warne and Co., London, c.1875 There was an Old Person of Sparta, who had twenty-five sons and one darter, from A Book of Nonsense, published by Frederick Warne and Co., London, c.1875 There was an Old Person of Dover, who rushed through a field of blue clover, from A Book of Nonsense, published by Frederick Warne and Co., London, c.1875 There was an Old Person whose habits induced him to feed upon Rabbits, from A Book of Nonsense, published by Frederick Warne and Co., London, c.1875 There was a Young Lady of Bute, who played on a silver-gilt flute, from A Book of Nonsense, published by Frederick Warne and Co., London, c.1875 There was an Old Person of Bromley, whose ways were not cheerful or comely Anodorhynchus leari Aqueduct of Nero, Rome
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Cupid as Victor Breton Girls Dancing, Pont-Aven Ophelia Monk by the Sea The Embrace, 1917 The Heart of the Andes Judith and Holofernes, 1599`oil on canvas detail of 507191 Woman with a Cat Noonday Heat Savior of the world Seated Woman with Bent Knees, 1917 sailing ships Illustration to the Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri Abyss of Hell, 1480-1490 Princess Tuvstarr is still sitting there wistfully looking into the water, 1913 Green and Gold

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