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CRYSTAL PALACE, Sydenham, London. These giant figures depicting the Egyptian pharaoh Rameses II, copied from the temple at Abu Simbel, dominated the Tropical transept at the north end of the Crystal Palace. This view may be by Delamotte who took two earlier series of photographs of the Crystal Palace at Sydenham. It is hand coloured, and reproduces the decorative scheme for the Palace devised by Owen Jones. Probably photographed 1854-66 by Philip Henry Delamotte.

Copyright © Historic England

Media ID 628033

Date: 12th October 2004

Source: Historic England Print Store

Urgency (1-8) 5=normal: 5

Source: English Heritage Images

Credit: Historic England Archive

Creation Date: Tuesday 12th October 2004

Image Size: 4545 x 3842 Pixels

Filesize is 16.02MB

Associated Categories: 1850s - 1860s

Associated Categories: More Lost London

Associated Categories: Victorian Exhibitions

Keywords:  glass  historic  iron work  statue  victorian