Robertson and Beato
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
317 x 263 mm. View of the Aceldama, the area outside Jerusalem purchased with the blood money of Judas. The print is signed: 'Aceldama, Jerus, 1857, Robertson Beato and Co'.
268 x 305 mm. View looking along the path towards the tower and arch of Antonia, Jerusalem. The print is signed: 'Robertson Beato and Co'.
308 x 216 mm. Print signed: 'Robertson [and Beato]', partly cropped.
313 x 248 mm. View of the Damascus Gate and the Tower of David, Jerusalem. The print is signed: 'Robertson Beato and Co'.
316 x 249 mm. General view looking across terraced fields on the hillside towards the convent and village. The print is signed: 'Robertson Beato and Co'.
277 x 247 mm. View of the Pool of Siloam, Jerusalem with two figures posed at its edge. The print is signed: 'Robertson Beato and Co'.
Porte Reale, Valetta [i.e. Valletta] looking towards St Michael's Bastion, St John Cavalier on the right [Bridge of the Porta Reale], 1850 - 1859
311 x 265 mm. View looking north along the west walls of Valletta from St James Bastion, with the viaduct leading to the Porte Reale in the foreground. To the left, beyond the viaduct is the St John Bastion with the St John Cavalier to the right and the St Michael Bastion in the background. The print is signed: 'Robertson and Beato'.
St. Peter's Bastion, Valetta [i.e. Valletta], right flank looking on to the Grand Harbour [Fortifications, Malta], 1850 - 1859
310 x 244 mm. View looking south from St Peter's counterguard, across Grand Harbour to Birgu where part of the St Angelo fortifications can be seen. Moored in the harbour is H.M.S. Hibernia, the 110 gun depot ship which was stationed in Grand Harbour between 1855 and 1919. The print is signed: 'Robertson and Beato'.
258 x 312 mm. General view of St Stephen's Gate. The print is signed: 'Robertson Beato and Co'.
312 x 256 mm. View from the Strada Reale (Kingsway) looking north along the Strada Vescovo (wrongly captioned 'Strada Vescons' in pencil beneath the print) towards Marsamuscetto Harbour. The street later became Archbishop's Street. In the left foreground in part of Palace Square and a small part of the Main Guard building. The print is signed: 'Robertson and Beato'.
309 x 250 mm. View looking across the valley, with the village of Siloam on the farther hillside and the Mount of Olives beyond. The print signed: 'Robertson Beato and Co'.
314 x 259 mm. General view of the village of Bethany. The print is signed (Robertson Beato & Co, but cropped off).
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