Hermann David Salomon Corrodi's Roman Aqueducts could make £15,000-20,000 ($23,340-31,120) at Christie's London.
The work is among the headline lots of a sale of 19th century European art on September 10.
Corrodi was a landscape artist who made his name as an orientalist.
He was celebrated in his own lifetime and counted the British royal family among his patrons.
In 2008 his Kiosk of Trajan (one of his most recognisable paintings) sold for £99,650 ($198,702) at Christie's.
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