The road to Aleppo
|Title||The road to Aleppo|
|Place made||Syria: North Syria, Aleppo|
|Date made||c. 22 March 1919|
|Medium||oil with pencil on wood panel|
|Measurement||framed: 33 x 37.4 cm; unframed: 13.4 x 17.6 cm|
Depicts figures including an Arab on horseback, progressing along a road leading to buildings. There are hills in the background. Aleppo was the most northern city occupied by the Allied forces and was Chauvel's headquarters, where the northern most Australian Imperial Forces Brigade Headquarters were situated in 1918.