Tales of the Arabian nights:  Harry G. Theaker

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

Paul LEROY (1860-1942) "Les musiciennes, Egypte"  Huile sur toile signée en bas à gauche. 81 x 65 cm

Les musiciennes, Egypte By Paul Alexandre Alfred Leroy (French, Oil on canvas 81 x 65 cm Note the tapestry in the background- it looks like a classic Egyptian tent-maker design!

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The Lady by Osman Hamdi Bey~ Turkish – ~ Ottoman statesman, intellectual, art expert

William Clarke Wontner. (British artist, 1857-1930) Safie, One of the Three Ladies of Baghdad 1900

Its About Time: Orientalism in mostly European paintings - William Clarke Wontner 1857 - 1930

Algerian Woman Playing a Darbouka (1887). Charles Landelle (French, 1821–1908). The Eastern and North-African darboukas, or goblet drums, are played under the arm or resting on the player’s leg, with a much lighter touch and quite different strokes (sometimes including rolls or quick rhythms articulated with the fingertips) than hand drums such as the djembe, found in West Africa.

Charles Landelle Algerian Woman Playing A Darbouka « Charles Landelle « Artists « Art might - just art

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