Print: Baxter - CL 154 – published exclusively in Suttaby’s pocket books
“Marshall's Ladies' Fashionable Repository 1848” and “Le Souvenir 1848”.
Under the print is the title, on the left "Baxter's Patent Oil Printing, 11, Northampton Square," and on the right "from a painting by W. Daniell, R.A."
Known as the small Chalees Satoon to differentiate it from the later, larger and more common version of the same title.
The following is a description of the print from Le Souvenir, 1848:
"The Chalees Satoon, or the Forty pillars, is a Pavilion attached to the Palace of Allahabad, and was erected by the Emperor Akbar. It is built in grey granite and freestone. The Fort of Allahabad is favorably situated on the point where the rivers Ganges and Jumna unite.”
Size (cm ht x w): 6 x 9.3 (print)
State: With full pocket book lettering, possibly slightly trimmed
Condition: Excellent colours, slight wrinkling of the paper to the very top right hand corner, paper residue on reverse where it has been removed from a scrap album and most probably why the colours is still so good, quite a hard print to find
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