Ancient paintings of Haifa
Ancient paintings of Haifa (Mostly from the collection of the National Maritime Museum, Haifa, Israel). Presentation by Dan Adler Haifa, Israel February 2009 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Unchanged, this presentation can be forwarded freely to your friends. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
Ancient paintings of Haifa(Mostly from the collection of the National Maritime Museum, Haifa, Israel)
Presentation by Dan AdlerHaifa, IsraelFebruary 2009Email: email@example.com
Unchanged, this presentation can be forwarded freely to your friends.
A. Thevet (1566)This painting shows the bay with Acre to its north. The village of Haifa does not yet exist.
Olf Dappet (1677)Haifa at the foot of Mt. Carmel, already has a port. The rivers, Kishon and Naaman, can be seen in the center of the bay. Wadi Lotem is depicted on the right side of the painting.
H. Maundrell (1697)The rivers Kishon and Naaman as well as Acre are depicted. Haifa is a small village at the foot of Mt. Carmel. On the top of the mountain: the Carmelite monastery.
Laurens DArvieux (approx. 1700)Above the town, a camp of Arab soldiers.
W. H. Bartlett (1837)The Carmelite monastery, and beyond, the walls of the town of Haifa with the Burj at the top right.
David Roberts (1839)Haifa viewed from the east. The Burj is dominating the town from above.
Unknown painter (approx. 1840)H.M.S Pique, Vesuvius and Zebra off Mt. Carmel during the storm of Dec. 2nd 1840.
T. Jeavons (1850)Haifa dominated by the Burj.
Unknown painter (approx. 1850)The walled city of Haifa, with the Burj (on the right below the mountain).
Van de Velde (1851)The view from todays Bat Galim.
Unknown painter (approx. 1860)
H. A. Harper (1867)The footpath to Stella Maris.
Unknown painterHaifas approaches from the east.
Unknown painter (approx. 1880)Possibly Wadi Lotem leading down to the sea.
Person (end of the 19th Century)The German colony.
J. D. Woodward (Early 20th Century)View from the bay.