Prayer at the Muhammad Ali Mosque, Cairo - By Alphons Leopold Mielich (Austrian, 1863 - 1929) - Oil on canvas. The Muhammad Ali Mosque is built after the Blue Mosque in Istanbul and it is known as The Alabaster Mosque because of the decoration of its facade. It was built between 1830 and 1848. Initially the French architect Pascal Coste was hired but then for unknown reason, Mohamed Ali changed his mind and hired Yusuf Bushnaq as an architect of the mosque.

Prayer at the Muhammad Ali Mosque, Cairo - By Alphons Leopold Mielich (Austrian, 1863 -

Tales of the Arabian nights:  Harry G. Theaker

LÁMINAS VINTAGE,ANTIGUAS,RETRO Y POR EL ESTILO....

Outside the Palace by Rudolph Ernst

View La halte au kiosque by Rudolf Ernst on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Rudolf Ernst.

Simple entertainments of life: Female musicians playing for the lady.  Alhambra Courtyard, Al-Andalus (Muslim Spain).  Medieval Islamic Era, the Golden Age.  Al-Andalus by  Noëlle Hugo Pacheco. "Alhambra" was the name of the Palace in Granada, Muslim Spain.  'Alhambra' in Arabic means 'red' referring to the sun-dried red bricks of fine gravel and clay used for building the outer walls of the Palace. The era lasted for over 750 years (711 AD to 1492 AD).

Simple entertainments of life: Female musicians playing for the lady. Alhambra Courtyard, Al-Andalus (Muslims in Spain). Medieval Islamic Era, the Golden Age. Al-Andalus by Noëlle Hugo Pacheco.

Ruins of the Great Temple at Karnak, in Upper Egypt - David Roberts (1845)

Ruins of the Great Temple at Karnak, in Upper Egypt - David Roberts STUNNING architecture .

A Secret Meeting (Inside a Medieval Mosque in Jerusalem): An orientalist painting by German watercolour specialist, Carl Friedrich Heinrich Werner (signed lower right: C Werner F, 1864).

A Secret Meeting (Inside a Medieval Mosque in Jerusalem): An orientalist painting by German watercolour specialist, Carl Friedrich Heinrich Werner (signed lower right: C Werner F,

Le Gardien du Palais / The Palace Guard © By Rudolf Ernst

The Moorish/African/Muslim Contribution to European Advancement - Historum - History Forums


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