This page represents most of our collection of original Antique prints of the Holyland. Please click on an image to see it in high-resolution, with details of the work itself. For enquiries and purchases, please do contact us.
Jerusalem: Siloam. View of the biblical fresh water fountain in Silwan, East Jerusalem.
Pillar of Absalom in the Kidron valley near Jerusalem.
Mount Sinai: St. Catherine’s Convent.
Mount Sinai: The Christian and Mahometan Chapels.
Mount Lion: Bird’s eye view from Jebel Deir Abu Tor (hill of Evil Counsel).
Petra: The Ravine. The ancient capital of the Nabatean Kingdom built by the 4th century BC was rediscovered by the West in 1812.
Nazareth: Convent of Terra Santa.
Petra: Al Khazneh, the treasury. View of the entrance to Nabatean mausoleum.
Petra: Tomb of Sextius Florentinus, a Roman governor of Arabia Petrea. (Tomb with Latin inscription).
Wady Sabra Arena south of Petra: View of the Nabataean ruins at the foot of Jabel El-Yathum and above the riverbed of Wady El- Yathum.
Holy Sepulchre Church: View of the Church of the Resurrection at Calvary (Golgotha) with five views of the interior.
View over Askalon and the Sea of Tiberias.
Convent of St Sabba overlooking the Kidron Valley,
Jerusalem: Panoramic view with five views of tombs and sepulchres, and explanatory text in French.
Ramla, Ancient Arimathea: Panorama of the 15th century Hospice of St. Nicodemus and St. Joseph of Arimathea with the 8th century White Mosque tower in the foreground.
Jerusalem: Panoramic view of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives. Six views surround the main image; The Triumphal Arch, Tadmor; Rachel’s Tomb; The English Church at Jerusalem; Facade of the Tomb of the Virgin; Damascus; The Temple of Jupiter, Baalbec.
RARE: Panorama from the valley of Josaphat. de Forbin, curator of the Louvre, arrived in the Levant with an expedition of artists to purchase antiquities.
Wady Mokatteb, Gebel el Mokatteb or Written Mountains. View from the south east with a caravan on the approach. The famous inscriptions were variously attributed as Hamyaric and Chaldean.
Gaza: Panoramic view approaching by Beit-Gebrin. With the Egyptian Light Dragoons and Lancers marching to Sidon (Sayda).
Petra: View of the theatre built during the reign of King Aretus of the Nabataens in 9BC-40 AD.
Jerusalem: Valley of Jehosaphat with the City in the distance.
Mount Sinai: Convent of St.Catherine, looking towards the ruin of the encampment.
Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives.
Petra: El- Deir or The Monastery. Built in a reinterpertation of the Corinthian order, the monastery was a temple and dining hall.
Nablous, Ancient Shechem: Panorama of the city with evening camel train and ruins in foreground.
Jerusalem: Panorama of the City looking from the Mount of Olives to the Mosque of Omar.
Caiphas looking towards Mount Carmel.
Mount Sinai: Panorama from the valley approach.
Petra: View of the entrance to a Nabataean tomb with a Greek inscription.
RARE: Mosque of El-Haram. In 1817 de Forbin, curator of the Louvre, arrived in the Levant with an expedition of artists to purchase antiquities.
Petra: View of a Corinthian tomb. One of the four Royal Tombs replicating Nero’s Domus Aurea at Rome.
Jerusalem: Solomon’s Temple: View of the Court of the Priests during preparations for offering sacrifices.
Petra: View from the North East of the four Royal Tombs: The Urn, The Silk, The Corinthian and The Palace.
Panorama of Jerusalem and its environs from the Mount of Olives.
Jordan Valley: Descent upon the valley of the Jordan.
Sea of Galilee also known as Lake Tiberias. Panoramic view showing the sea and surrounding mountains.
Petra: Looking south toward the main site on Jebel al-Madhbah.
Jerusalem: Extensive view of the City and the Valley of Jehoshapat from between Scopas and the Mount of Olives.
Temple Mount: The Western Wall and Dome of the Rock.
Wady Araba: Desert scene with the Encampment of the Allooeen.
Petra: Remains of the Triumphal Arch erected to the Emperor Hadrian (76-138 AD).
Jerusalem from between The Mount of Olives and Mount Scopus. Details of landmarks in borders of view.
Bethlehem: Panorama of the city with three small views including Nazareth. Explanatory text in French.
Jerusalem: Bird’s eye view from Gethsemen of the Old City: Based on the 1660 view by Wenceslaus Hollar, after the drawings of the Jesuit Juan Battista Villalpando.
Bethlehem: Panoramic view of the town and the Church of the Nativity.
Petra: View of the Acropolis, Ksr Faron. Lower End of the Valley.