Arch of Marius, at Orange, on the Rhone. - Arc de Marius, à Orange, sure le Rhône. - Marius Pforte zu Orange, an der Rhone. (B5-216)
Lower Left: Drawn by T. Allom. Lower Center: Fisher, Son & Co. London & Paris. Lower Right: Engraved by J. Carter.
Author: Reverend George Newenham Wright (c.1790-1877)
Source / Publication: France Illustrated, Exhibiting its Landscape Scenery, Antiquities, Military and Ecclesiastical Architecture, & c. Drawings by Thomas Allom, Esq. Descriptions by The Rev. G. N. Wright, M. A. Vol. I.
Publisher: Fisher, Son, & Co.
Place of Publication: The Caxton Press, Angel Street, St. Martin's-Le-Grand, London; H. Mandeveille, Rue Neuve Vivienne, Paris.
Page Number: 63
Artist: Thomas Allom (1804-1874)
Engraver: J. Carter
Paper Dimensions: 8 1/4 x 10 1/2 inches.
Medium: Steel engraving
Language: English, French and German
Coloured: Black and white
Condition: The print is in great condition with some minimal wear around the edges, as can be seen.
Keywords: France, France Illustrated, Arch, Arch of Marius, Arch of Marius on the Rhone, Rhone, Marius, Arc, Arc de Marius, Rhône, Marius Psorte, Bogen, Arches, Public Execution, Execution, Executions, Public Hanging, Hangings, Guillotine, Guillotines, French, French Revolution, Crowds of people, soldiers, Horse and carriage, Prisoner, Prisoners, Stretcher, Pleading, Triumphal Arch of Orange, Corinthian, Corinthian Architecture, Revolution, Revolutionaries, French Soldiers, Army, Army attire, France, France Illustrated, France Illustrated, Exhibiting its Landscape Scenery, Antiquities, Military and Ecclesiastical Architecture, Thomas Allom, Allom, Fisher, Son & Co., London, Paris, Reverend George Newenham, Newenham, Caxton Press, Angel St., Martin's-Le-Grand, Mandeville, Neuve Vivienne, 1845,
Identification Number: B5-216
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