Arab women (Harem Life scenes) in art and painting

Moroccan Girl :: Jean-Leon Gerome

Moroccan Girl by artist Jean-Leon Gerome - Arab women (Harem Life scenes) in art  and painting
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Jean-Leon Gerome (Jean Leon Gerome) (1824-1904) Moroccan Girl

Oil On Canvas 41.3 x 32.4 cm ( 16,3 x 12,7 inch )

Private art collection

[ Moroccan lady's wear of 18 centuries ]

image: Public domain

Submitted by: marina51

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lucky95   User Rating: 491  November 29, 2019

Tags: female portrait, black woman, wooden cane, blue headscarf, blue burqa, dark background, plump lips, dark eyes


Marat   User Rating: 376  December 29, 2019

The artwork of Jean-Leon Gerome is vertical format painting. The painting is best and ideally suited for Arabian interior style of home decoration. I do not like the artwork of Jean-Leon Gerome Moroccan Girl. The tone of the painting is dull and flat. The atmosphere is strained and anxious. Jean-Leon Gerome painted a Moroccan girl. She is not standing in her beauty as she is not beautiful. She looks like a guard watching for harem. Perhaps, she is warrior and fights for the state and Moroccan [Expand]


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