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A river craft on shore at Boulac, 13 March 1855
Dillon, a landscape painter and traveller, was a pupil of James Holland and studied at the Royal Academy Schools. He travelled extensively in Egypt where he shared a studio with the Swedish artist Egron Sellif Lundgren. He went to Japan and afterwards exhibited his Japanese work at Agnews in 1877. Boulac is now a suburb of Cairo.
Original size: 244 mm x 395 mm
- Image reference: PX9910
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London