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'Graves at the Head of the Harbour of Balaklava', by William Simpson, 1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6)

'The Ruins of Inkermann and City of Caverns', by William Simpson, 1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6)

'Straits of Yemkale with the Bay and Town of Kertch', by William Simpson, 1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6)

'Charge of the Heavy Cavalry Brigade, 25th Oct 1854', by William Simpson, 1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6)

'The Town Batteries or Interior Fortifications of Sebastopol', by William Simpson, 1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6)

'The New Works at the Siege of Sebastopol on the Right Attack', by William Simpson, 1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6).

'Church in the Rear of the Redan', by William Simpson, 1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6):

'Sketch In the Interior of the Mamelon Vert', by William Simpson, 1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6)

'The Camp of the 1st Division', by William Simpson, 1854 (lithograph). Subtitled 'Looking North towards the Camp of the 2nd Division - the Heights of Inkermann in the Distance'. William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6)

'Sebastopol From the Rear of Fort Nicholas', by William Simpson, 1854 (lithograph). William Simpson (1823-99) was a Scottish painter who became noted for his depictions of the Crimean War (1853-6)