Arab women (Harem Life scenes) in art and painting

The Sultana :: Ferdinand Roybet

 The Sultana by artist Ferdinand Roybet - Arab women (Harem Life scenes) in art  and painting
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Ferdinand Roybet (1840-1920) The Sultana

Oil On Panel -1872 40 x 32 cm ( 15,7 x 12,6 inch )

Private aart collection

image: Public domain

Submitted by: marina51

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lucky95   User Rating: 491  November 28, 2019

Tags: Arab woman, wool carpet, Arab Slippers, patterned walls, dark curly hair, necklace, mirror, red plaid, carpet on the couch, brown, gray pillow, bare feet


Marat   User Rating: 376  December 29, 2019

The artwork of Ferdinand Roybet is vertical format painting. Ferdinand Roybet painted the very young girl. She is freely sitting on the chair and curiously looked at the artist. Her clothes are nice and amazingly colorful. By her pose and expression of her fabulous eyes we can conclude that although she is actually girl but she is serving men at harem. The artwork is ideal for modern Moroccan style of interior decoration home decoration. I like this warmly colored and well-structured artwork. Ferdinand [Expand]


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