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The Lost City of Ubar

by Mark Harrison

This is the first of my Orientalist fantasy paintings that is based on … a real fantasy. Ubar is a legendary lost city in the Southern Desert of the Arabian Peninsular thought to have been destroyed by a natural disaster or punishment from God; indeed there is a book about it by Ranulf Fiennes called “Atlantis of the Sands – The Search for the Lost City of Ubar”.

Here we see it rising out of the desert like a mirage in front of a weary traveler as he makes his way across the sand dunes of the Rub’ al Khali.

Product Depth: 1.5 inches
Product Height: 12"
Product Width: 16
Product Surface / Material: Oil-Primed Linen

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Painted over 450 book jacket illustrations for most major UK and USA publishers, quit illustration in 2005 to paint personal work for sale in galleries. I now work in a variety of fields from fantasy paintings to fine art paintings and have been a regular exhibitor in the Main Show at IX for the past five years.