Artist
Sir David Wilkie (1785‑1841)
Title
His Highness Muhemed Ali, Pacha of Egypt
Date 1841
MediumOil paint on board
Dimensionssupport: 610 x 508 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Bequeathed by the Earl of Effingham 1927
Reference
N04276
On display at Tate Britain
Room: 1840
Sir David Wilkie, 'His Highness Muhemed Ali, Pacha of Egypt, 1841
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