February 21, 2013

Leighton House Museum, London

Photograph by David Levene, eyevine/Redux

Arab Hall in London's Leighton House was built in the late 1870s to showcase a collection of ceramic tiles. The room's design is based on a Moorish banquet hall in Palermo, Sicily. Leighton House Museum preserves the former home and workspace of Victorian artist Frederic Leighton.

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