The marble rocks are a landmark on the Narmada River near Jabalpur, India. They are soft, like soapstone, and rich in magnesium, which lends them their pearly white color. Edward Lear toured India from 1873-1875, producing a large quantity of colored wash drawings that he later converted to finished oils and watercolors. In addition to his career as an artist and illustrator, Lear was also a musician, author and poet. He was an early popularizer of the limerick who wrote nonsense poems akin to those of Lewis Carroll and Dr. Seuss.
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Edward Lear : “The Marble Rocks – Nerbudda Jabalpur” (1882)
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