George Byron lands on the Ionian Islands



4 August 1823

Poet Lord George Byron (1788-1824) on the Greek coastline. Canvas

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    The naval Battle of Navarino was fought on October 20, 1827, during the Greek War of Independence (1821-29). It is notable for being the final large-scale fleet action in history between sailing ships.

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    The naval Battle of Navarino was fought on October20, 1827, during the Greek War of Independence (1821-29). It is notable for being the final large-scale fleet action in history between sailing ships.

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    Bagni di Lucca, house where poet Lord Byron (1788-1824) stayed when taking the cure.

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    The gothic vaults of the cellars of Castle Chillon, Switzerland. This was the prison of Bonivard, hero of Lord Byron's novel "The Prisoner of Chillon", published in 1820. Lord Byron visited the vault and scratched his name into the third column.

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    Poet Lord George Byron (1788-1824) on the Greek coastline. Canvas

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    Lord George Byron (1788-1824) contemplating the Colosseum in Rome by Arthur Willmore or James Tibbets Willmore. The poet Lord Byron visited the Roman Colosseum (spelled in his version the Coliseum) in the early 19th century, as did many of his fellow writers and poets. Engraving

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    Le Naufrage de Don Juan - The Shipwreck of Don Juan. Salon de 1841. Canvas, 135cm x 196cm. R.F. 395

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    Canaris, fighter for Greek independence from Turkey, (1792-1860) in exile in France, 1852.

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    Haydee decouvrant le corps de Don Juan. Haydee discovers the body of Don Juan (Byron, Don Juan, Canto II). Canvas (1870-1873) 115 x 142 cm

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    George Gordon Lord Byron (1788-1824), poet. Oil on canvas

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    Le Massacre de Scio - The massacre of Chios,1822. During the war of independence from Turkey, Greek families wait for death or slavery. Oil on canvas (1824) 419 x 354 cm Inv. 3823

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    Greece Expiring on the Ruins of Missolonghi. Oil on canvas (1826)

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    The death of Hassan, or Turkish officer killed in the mountains, painted under the influence of Lord Byron's enthusiasm for the Greek War of Independence. Canvas (1825-1826) 32.5 x 41 cm

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    Haydee, jeune femme en costume grec - young woman in Greek costume, perhaps the heroine of Byron's "Don Juan". Canvas, 60 x 44 cm R.F. 1965-5

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