Lebanese traditional dress and Dabke. Dabke is a modern Levantine Arab folk circle dance of possible Canaanite or Phoenician origin. It is a dance from Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Palestine, and is performed at weddings and on joyous occasions.
Rakkase by Emile Charles Hippolyte Lecomte-Vernet
The Emir from Lebanon, 1843 by Jozsef Borsos (Hungarian 1821-1883).......The Emir is actually Count Edmund Zichy (1811-1894) who spent most of his life in Vienna as a passionate art collector and leading figure in the art life of Vienna and Pest.......
Arabian Nights Harry G. Theaker
Margaret Jordan Patterson (1867-1950) - Coast Cedars. Woodblock Print. Circa 1920. 8" x 10-1/2"
Henri Guillaume Schlesinger
Le port de Beyrouth au Liban (Affiche PLM).
Lebanese & Proud - Oil on Canvas
Oil on Canvas 15.7in(w) x 23.6in(h) $280.80 The Cedar tree is the national sign of Lebanon. It grows in the high mountains, and it stands up alone facing strong storms & dryness for years. These are the Lebanese people, they are proud to be Lebanese and where ever they are they can stand alone in front of all the obstacles and always succeed in life.