Tuesday, September 18, 2012

John Frederick Lewis

John Frederick Lewis (1804-1876) was best known as an Orientalist painter. He drew inspiration for his paintings from extended stays in Spain and Cairo.

 A Cairo Bazaar (1875)

 A House in Cairo

 Easter Day at Rome (1840)

 Edfu, Upper Egypt (1860)

 Girl with Two Caged Doves

 Greeting in the Desert, Egypt (1855)

 Harem Life in Constantinople (1857)

 Highland Hospitality (1832)

 In the Bey's Garden, Asia Minor (1865)

Indoor Gossip, Cairo (1873)

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