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This image comes from The Conquest of the Moon: a Story of The Bayouda, by A. Laurie. It was published in 1889.
The Victorian period was the era of the great safari life. The exploration of Africa was romanticized in fiction and in culture. “The Desert Moon,” depicts an oversized moon, rising over a desert encampment. Spectator are fearful of the rising moon, and many cower from fright. This is an ideal image for any Victorian enthusiast, and would be perfect as a framed image in a library or study.
The image is resizable, up to 19” x 27”, without resolution loss.
- Resizable, up to 19” x 27”.
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