SOLD! for $518.00.
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Orientalist / Arabian oil on canvas painting in the style of Eugene Delacroix (French, 1798-1863), depicting a caravan of Bedouins on camels in a desert landscape. Illegibly signed lower right, "Mahiar" (?). Carved giltwood and compositionNewcomb-Macklin style frame retaining partial old label "Denver Colorado". Painting is in overall excellent condition with scattered light grime, possible old repair to small area near center sky (does not flouresce, artist may have painted overa tiny imperfection in the canvas). Frame has several areas of loss to gilding. 16 3/4" x 10" sight, 21 5/8" x 15" framed. Provenance: the estate of Joan Clarke of Nashville (1915-2005), who was born in England, became a dualBritish-U.S. Citizen, and worked for embassies in Athens, Pakistan, Asia, and Morocco.