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Owen Jones was one of the most influential design theorists of his time. He traveled to Egypt to study Islamic architecture in Cairo, and continued on to Constantinople before arriving in Granada in 1834, where he carried out his visual record of the Alhambra palace and its Islamic decoration. He printed the work himself, in collaboration with the lithographers Day Haghe using the new process of chromolithography.
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About the Seller
The images which make up Trowbridge Vintage Collections come from Martin Trowbridge’s personal print archive, which he has built up over the past 30 years. Martin is an avid collector of copperplate engravings and has an impressive trove of more than 20,000 images locked away in the vaults at his London gallery.
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