La Sala de Dos Hermanas, Alhambra

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Artist: Jules Goury

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La Sala de Dos Hermanas, Alhambra

Illustration by Jules Goury (1803-34)

England, Mid 19th century


Goury drew the windows of the Hall of the Two Sisters on the spot during his visit to the Alhambra in 1834.


This and many other drawings of sections and details of the Alhambra were produced by Jules Goury and Owen Jones (1809-74) for 'Plans, elevations, sections and details of The Alhambra, Granada', published by Vizetelly Brothers & Co. London, England, 1842-45.


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We use fine art paper sourced from UK paper mills for our prints. The paper type has been chosen to best suit the original artwork.


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About the artist

Jules Goury

Jules Goury (1803-34) was a French architect born in Landerneau, France. He met Owen Jones (1809-74) the well-known British architect and designer in Greece. Both shared their new found interest in Islamic patterns and architecture, and continued their travels to Egypt, Turkey and Spain together. On a visit to the Alhambra in 1834, the two men decided to conduct an exhaustive study to illustrate the intricate geometric patterns and shapes of the palace’s Moorish decorative ornaments. They spent six months painting and drawing every intricate detail before Goury died in 1834 of cholera. The Grammar of Ornament is the resulting publication from their work together.