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Thomas Allom

(1804 -  1872 ) Wikipedia® : Thomas Allom
ALLOM Thomas Wrestlers In The Ampitheatre At Nîmes; And Another, View Of Chatsworth

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Thomas Allom - A View Of Naples

Thomas Allom - A View Of Naples

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Lot number: 154
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Thomas Allom (1804-1872) A view of Naples; View of an Italian lake from a veranda A pair, watercolour over graphite, heightened with white Each c.27 x 38 cm. (10 3/4 x 15 in), (2) Provenance: Peter Cardiff, London (label on reverse) Both under glass. Light browning, very minor surface dirt. Unexamined out of frames.
Thomas Allom - Architecture

Thomas Allom - Architecture

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Lot number: 732
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Thomas Allom (British, 1804-1872) Set of Four Hand-colored Engravings, China, in a series of views, displaying the scenery, architecture, and social habits, of that ancient empire by the Rev. G. N. Wright, published by Fisher Son & Co., London & Paris, c. 1843. Including Entrance into the City of Amoy , engraved by S. Fisher; Macao. from the Forts of Heang-Shan , engraved by S. Fisher; Facade at the Great Temple at Macao , engraved by S. Bradshaw; and Chapel in the great Temple, Macao , engraved by M.J. Starling; sight size 8 x 10 1/4 in. (20.3 x 26.0 cm), in matching frames. Condition: Toning, minor discoloration.
Thomas Allom - The Ruins Of Laodicea

Thomas Allom - The Ruins Of Laodicea

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Lot number: 112
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Thomas Allom (British, 1804-1872) The ancient church of St. John with the Citadel, Pergamos; The ruins of Laodicea, a pair the first signed 'Tho s . Allom' (lower right), and extensively inscribed on old labels (verso) oil on canvas each 46 x 72cm (18 1/8 x 28 3/8in) (2) Footnotes Provenance Sale, Christie's, London, 8 February 1899, ex-lot 46 (2 of 7) Property of Lady Llangattock Private collection Engraved J. Cousen (Pergamos) and E. Brandard (Laodicea) for G. Virtue, 1863. Thomas Allom was born in March 1804. Articled to the architect Francis Goodwin, he attended the Royal Academy schools as an architectural student from 1828. He was a founder of the Royal Institute of British Architects, of which he became a Fellow in 1860. His reputation largely rests with his numerous designs for albums of topographical steel- engravings that were mostly published between 1828-1845 when he traveled extensively in Great Britain, Belgium France and Turkey. Standing high above the Aegean Sea sit the ruins of the ancient Greek city of Pergamon. Although the majority of its superb intact monuments can now be found in Berlin's Pergamon Museum, enough remains of the acropolis for the visitor to sense the former greatness of the city that once rivalled Alexandria, Ephesus and Antioch in culture and commerce. Today the site can be reached from the steep and winding road that leads from the modern Turkish city of Bergama just a few miles away. Upon reaching the ruins, the commanding panoramic view from Pergamon make it easy to understand how this city once dominated the entire region. It was a proud city in its time, its monuments and building were constructed of high-quality white marble in the finest Hellenistic style, and its library rivalled that of the famed library of Alexandria in Egypt. A city in the western part of Asia Minor, the ruins of which lie near Denizli, about 150 km east of Ephesus, Laodicea was originally known as Diospolis but was evidently rebuilt in the third century BC by Antiochus II and renamed after his wife Laodice. Situated in the fertile valley of the Lycus River, the city lay at the crossroads of major trade routes and was linked by road with cities such as Ephesus and Pergamon. Even though it had no permanent natural water supply, Laodicea enjoyed great prosperity as a manufacturing and banking center. During the reign of Nero, the city suffered extensive earthquake damage; however, according to Tacitus, its great wealth enabled it to be rebuilt without any financial aid from Rome. The glossy black wool of Laodicea and the garments made there were widely celebrated; it was the seat of a famous medical school. During the time of St. John, Laodicea, like Pergamon, was considered one of the seven most important churches in Christianity.
Thomas Allom - Wrestlers In The Ampitheatre At Nîmes; And Another, View Of Chatsworth

Thomas Allom - Wrestlers In The Ampitheatre At Nîmes; And Another, View Of Chatsworth

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Lot number: 223
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Thomas Allom (British, 1804-1872) Wrestlers in the Ampitheatre at Nîmes; and another, View of Chatsworth, one pen and sepia wash; the other pencil and sepia wash with white heightening, 11 x 15.5cm (5 x 6in). (2) Footnotes PROVENANCE: With Thomas Agnews & Sons Ltd, 1977 & 1976.
Thomas Allom -  Character And Costume In Turkey And Italy

Thomas Allom - Character And Costume In Turkey And Italy

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Lot number: 272
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Lot 272: Levant.- Allom (Thomas) and Emma Reeve. - Character and Costume in Turkey and Italy, Description: first edition , additional tinted lithographed pictorial title and 20 plates after Thomas Allom, light foxing, contemporary morocco stamped in gilt and blind, spine gilt, g.e., rubbed, small stains to upper cover, [Blackmer 1400; cf.Atabey 16, second edition, & Colas 86, unpaginated issue], folio, Fisher & Son, [c.1845]. The Turkish scenes are lithographed versions of the drawings engraved for Walsh's Constantinople of 1838. A second edition was published (before 1848) with only 20 plates in total, omitting that of 'The Brigand Family - Sonina'.
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