A two sided drawing with one side depicting a ruin with a track leading up to a series of arches on a hillside, the ruins overgrown with trees and bushes (illustrated) and the verso depicting a complex of ruined arched buildings overgrown with bushes on a mound with rocks infront.

One of a group of 6 topographical drawings by Edmund Becker presented to the British Museum by Archdeacon F H D Smythe through the Art Fund in 1948.


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