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Who travels sees more : artists, architects and archaeologists discover Egypt and the Near East / edited by Diane Fortenberry.

Contributor(s): Fortenberry, Diane [Editor] | Association for the Study of Travel in Egypt and the Near East [Publisher]Material type: TextTextPublication details: Oxford: Oxbow Books, c2007Description: xiii, 202 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), facsims., map, plans, ports ; 26 cmISBN: 9781842172Subject(s): Middle East -- Description and travel | Middle East -- In art | Μέση Ανατολή -- Περιγραφή και ταξίδια | Μέση Ανατολή -- τέχνη
Contents:
-- Introduction / Diane Fortenberry -- Some remarks on the Mesopotamian travels of Robert Ker Porter / Kai Kaniuth -- Sir Charles Fellows and the Xanthian Marbles / Enid Slatter -- The short, happy life of Harold Jones, artist and archaeologist / Lyla Pinch-Brock -- The paradox of Cypriot artistic representations / Rita C. Severis -- Egypt discovered by 19th-century American artists / Carolina Williams -- Patronage, politics and an ill-defined profession: how James 'Athenian' Stuart became an architect / Kerry Bristol -- An architect's progress: Charles Barry's travels in Egypt / Patricia Usick -- Inspired by Egypt: Owen Jones and architectural theory / Kathryn Ferry -- The consequences of an aesthetic approach to the Holy City: C.R. Ashbee and the Pro-Jerusalem Society / Anat Almog -- By brush and lens: revealing the Sphinx / Elaine Altman Evans -- Mohammad Sadiq's Exploration of the Hijaz route and the first photographs of the Prophet's mosque / Paul Robertson -- In the sandals of Pharaoh: James Henry Breasted and the steroscope / Elaine Altman Evans -- The British Consulate House in Cairo: travellers' tales, 1816-27 / Deborah Manley -- Wer soll Meister sein? Travelling journeymen in Cairo / Agnieszka Dobrowolska.
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An ASTENE Publication - p. 4 of cover.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

-- Introduction / Diane Fortenberry -- Some remarks on the Mesopotamian travels of Robert Ker Porter / Kai Kaniuth -- Sir Charles Fellows and the Xanthian Marbles / Enid Slatter -- The short, happy life of Harold Jones, artist and archaeologist / Lyla Pinch-Brock -- The paradox of Cypriot artistic representations / Rita C. Severis -- Egypt discovered by 19th-century American artists / Carolina Williams -- Patronage, politics and an ill-defined profession: how James 'Athenian' Stuart became an architect / Kerry Bristol -- An architect's progress: Charles Barry's travels in Egypt / Patricia Usick -- Inspired by Egypt: Owen Jones and architectural theory / Kathryn Ferry -- The consequences of an aesthetic approach to the Holy City: C.R. Ashbee and the Pro-Jerusalem Society / Anat Almog -- By brush and lens: revealing the Sphinx / Elaine Altman Evans -- Mohammad Sadiq's Exploration of the Hijaz route and the first photographs of the Prophet's mosque / Paul Robertson -- In the sandals of Pharaoh: James Henry Breasted and the steroscope / Elaine Altman Evans -- The British Consulate House in Cairo: travellers' tales, 1816-27 / Deborah Manley -- Wer soll Meister sein? Travelling journeymen in Cairo / Agnieszka Dobrowolska.

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