John Frederick Lewis (1805‑1876) Head of a Lion, 1824 Watercolour on paper, 343 x 260 mm Collection Tate

John Frederick Lewis Head of a Lion, 1824 Watercolour on paper, 343 x 260 mm Collection Tate

Favourite of the harem - John Frederick Lewis

peinture orientaliste UK : John Frederick Lewis, "Favourite of the Harem", 1855

John Frederick Lewis (1805 - 1876, English) Sketches and Drawings of the Alhambra: Door of the Hall of Ambassadors

John Frederick Lewis - English) Sketches and Drawings of the Alhambra: Door of the Hall of Ambassadors

John Frederick Lewis (1805 - 1876, English) Sketches and Drawings of the Alhambra:Court of the Mosque

John Frederick Lewis - Court of the Mosque (Patio de la Mesquita), from 'Sketches and Drawings of the Alhambra', 1835 (lith

And The Prayer Of Faith Shall Save The Sick, John Frederick Lewis

John Frederick Lewis (1804 – 1876, English)

The Prayer of the Faithful Shall Cure the Sick -John Frederick Lewis (Painter, CE British)

John Frederick Lewis (1805 - 1876, English) Sketches and Drawings of the Alhambra: Entrance to the Hall of the Two Sisters

John Frederick Lewis - English) Sketches and Drawings of the Alhambra: Entrance to the Hall of the Two Sisters

Sheik Hussein of Gebel Tor and His Son, c.1842-43 (w/c, gouache, chalk & graphite on paper) by John Frederick Lewis

Sheik Hussein of Gebel Tor and His Son reproduction by John Frederick Lewis

John Frederick Lewis

Frederick Goodall The Grand Bazaar « Frederick Goodall « Artists « Art might - just art

Arab Children Playing Cards-Frederick Arthur BRIDGMAN (1847-1928)

The Bathing Cove Mother And Child (The First Steps) The Reading Lesson The Orange Seller Arab Children Playing Cards A Street In Algeria The Procession Of The Sacred Bull Anubis

John Frederick Lewis, Four Women in an Interior, 1841 Brussa Pencil, watercolour and bodycolour -the clothes depicted by Lewis with meticulous accuracy reveal the differentiation of costume within social status of the period.

John Frederick Lewis, Four Women in an Interior, 1841 Brussa Pencil, watercolour and bodycolour -the clothes depicted by Lewis with meticulous accuracy reveal the differentiation of costume within social status of the period.

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