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Lot n° 2 - Carl HAAG (1820-1915)Portrait of Ali Ben Nasr Mansour, 1858Watercolor.Signed lower right.Titled lower left.Signed, dated, titled and located on the back.(Small restorations).34,5 x 24,5 cmProvenance:Sale Sotheby's London, April 29th 1982, n° 21.Exhibition :1885, Goupil Gallery, London, n° 24.1876, German Athenaeum.1887, Gallery Dudley, London.1895, Goupil Gallery, London.1899, Royal Watercolour Society, London.Bibliography:KARBACH, Walter, ALLISON, Catherine, Carl Haag: Victorian Court Painter and Travelling Adventurer between Orient and Occident, 2019.THORNTON, Lynne, Les orientalistes peintres voyageurs, 1828-1908, 1983.Carl HAAG (1820, Erlangen - 1915, Oberwesel)Victorian watercolourist in the desertBorn in 1820 in Bavaria, Carl Haag studied at the academies of Nuremberg and Munich where he was discovered to have a talent for miniaturism. Quickly attracted by other countries, he left his native Germany at the age of 26 to travel in Europe. It was in England that he trained in watercolour, a technique that he mastered particularly well locally and which he eventually appropriated by adding his own personal variations, favouring pure and mineral colours. His talent as a watercolourist led him to enter the service of the Victorian court, painting for the Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha and taking commissions from Queen Victoria herself for her Scottish residence at Balmoral. The works produced during this period are now part of the Royal Collections. Always in search of new subjects and stimulated by his thirst for travel, Carl Haag decided in 1857 to turn his attention to the Orient, swapping his court painter's frock coat for the traveler's favourite. He set out to discover Egypt and the Mediterranean with a first stay in Cairo in January 1858, followed by trips to Greece and Turkey. In November of the same year, he set down new luggage on Egyptian soil for a longer stay. He then shared a studio in a house in the Coptic quarter of Cairo with the English artist Frederick Goodall (1822 - 1904), son of Edward Goodall, a renowned steel engraver. The pair liked to sketch together the people of Cairo and the surrounding countryside and regularly made excursions to Giza, Suez and the Sinai to share the life of the Bedouins. The discovery of these regions and the stays they make there prove to be real sources of artistic inspiration for the two painters who deliver such souvenirs of travels, desert landscapes, life scenes and many portraits such as that of Ali ben Nasr Mansoor, son of a Bedouin Sheikh from Sinai. Our watercolour, which according to the legend of its reverse side was executed during his first month in Egypt, was the subject of many exhibitions in London where Haag returned to live after his stay in the Middle East, completed by excursions to the Holy Land, Syria and Lebanon. The artist lent his work in 1876 to the German Athenaeum (German Association for Art and Science). It was exhibited in 1885 at the Goupil Gallery under the name "The Son of Sheikh Mansoor" and under No. 24 in the catalogue, and in 1887 at the Dudley Gallery under the name "Nasir Mansoor, a Bedawee from Sinai". Ten years after its first exhibition at the Goupil Gallery, the work was exhibited there again in 1895 under the name "The Son of Sheikh Mansoor", then reappeared in 1899 at the Royal Watercolour Society of which the artist had been a member since 1853, under the title "Ali Ben Nasr Mansoor, the Son of the Bedawee". The work is said to have remained in the hands of the artist's descendants until it was auctioned by Sotheby's on 29 April 1982 under No. 21 of a catalogue containing other family possessions. Carl Haag's orientalist works can be admired today in prestigious institutions such as the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, the British Royal Collection and the Tareq Rajab Museum in Kuwait.We thank Dr. Walter Jos. Karbach, International Carl Haag Society of Trier and Mr. Stephen Ongpin, Stephen Ongpin Fine Art Gallery of London for their kind cooperation in reconstructing the history of the painting and its public appearances.

Carl HAAG (1820 1915)Portrait of Ali Ben Nasr Mansour, 1858Watercolor.Signed lower right.Titled lower left.Signed, dated, titled and located on the back.(Small restorations).34,5 x…
Estimate — 10 000 - 15 000 €
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Lot n° 19 - Camille Paul JOSSO (1902-1986)Meknes; Remparts; SoukTroiseaux-fortes.Located and signed at the bottom right.33.5 x 54 cmCamille-Paul JOSSO (1902, Nantes - 1986, Paris)Chemical engineer at the General Directorate of Phosphates of the French Protectorate in Morocco, Josso is a member of the Association of Painters and Sculptors of Morocco.Founded in 1922 under the mandate of General Hubert Lyautey, this artistic society aimed to promote Moroccan tourism, but also to defend local painting by allowing members to exhibit together under its aegis. Thus, Josso exhibited at the Georges Petit Gallery and, alongside Majorelle, at the Simonson Gallery, rue Caumartin, in 1929. "French painters from Morocco, by presenting their works at the Simonson Gallery, allowed visitors to appreciate the beauty and appeal of this surprising country. These artists, who are too often said to be useless, will have given Paris an enticing lesson in picturesque geography. "Gabriel-Rousseau wrote in his January 1929 article in Le Monde colonial illustré. The same year Josso's works were shown at the official pavilion of the Mamounia in Rabat; the magazine La Terre Marocaine published a text by De Chabot describing his work: "Josso reproduces landscapes and scenes, imbuing them with mysticism. Impressionist in the way he expresses light, assembling coloured planes, he draws by inferring reality to decorative printing. ». After his return to France, the artist continued his taste for geometric shapes and light-coloured flat tints by devoting himself to the career of art book illustrator and engraver (see for example Les aventures de deux captifs François dans le royaume de Fez et de Maroc or Traité des passions).

Camille Paul JOSSO (1902 1986)Meknes; Remparts; SoukTroiseaux fortes.Located and signed at the bottom right.33.5 x 54 cmCamille Paul JOSSO (1902, Nantes 1986, Paris)Chemical engine…
Estimate — 200 - 300 €
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Lot n° 20 - Camille Paul JOSSO (1902-1986)View of Meknes at noon and in the evening, 1932Aquarelle.Signed and dated lower right.Annotated February 25, 1932 noon - 1 hour.(Tears).47 x 62 cm Camille-Paul JOSSO (1902, Nantes - 1986, Paris)Chemical engineer at the General Directorate of Phosphates of the French Protectorate in Morocco, Josso is a member of the Association of Painters and Sculptors of Morocco. Founded in 1922 under the mandate of General Hubert Lyautey, this artistic society aimed to promote Moroccan tourism, but also to defend local painting by allowing members to exhibit together under its aegis. Thus, Josso exhibited at the Georges Petit Gallery and, alongside Majorelle, at the Simonson Gallery, rue Caumartin, in 1929. "The French painters of Morocco, by presenting their works at the Simonson Gallery, allowed visitors to appreciate the beauty and experience the appeal of this surprising country. These artists, who are too often said to be useless, will have given Paris an enticing lesson in picturesque geography. "Gabriel-Rousseau wrote in his January 1929 article in Le Monde colonial illustré. The same year Josso's works were shown at the official pavilion of the Mamounia in Rabat; the magazine La Terre Marocaine published a text by De Chabot describing his work: "Josso reproduces landscapes and scenes, imbuing them with mysticism. Impressionist in the way he expresses light, assembling coloured planes, he draws by inferring reality to decorative printing. ». After his return to France, the artist continued his taste for geometric shapes and light-coloured flat tints by devoting himself to the career of art book illustrator and engraver (see for example Les aventures de deux captifs François dans le royaume de Fez et de Maroc or Traité des passions).

Camille Paul JOSSO (1902 1986)View of Meknes at noon and in the evening, 1932Aquarelle.Signed and dated lower right.Annotated February 25, 1932 noon 1 hour.(Tears).47 x 62 cm Camil…
Estimate — 300 - 400 €
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Lot n° 21 - Camille Paul JOSSO (1902-1986)Salé, Morocco, women on the terrace, 1927Watercolouronblack pencil strokes.Signed, dated and located on the lower right.17 x 22.5 cmCamille-PaulJOSSO (1902, Nantes - 1986, Paris)Chemical engineer at the General Directorate of Phosphates of the French Protectorate in Morocco, Josso is a member of the Association of Painters and Sculptors of Morocco.Founded in 1922 under the mandate of General Hubert Lyautey, this artistic society aimed to promote Moroccan tourism, but also to defend local painting by allowing members to exhibit together under its aegis. Thus, Josso exhibited at the Georges Petit Gallery and, alongside Majorelle, at the Simonson Gallery, rue Caumartin, in 1929. "French painters from Morocco, by presenting their works at the Simonson Gallery, allowed visitors to appreciate the beauty and appeal of this surprising country. These artists, who are too often said to be useless, will have given Paris an enticing lesson in picturesque geography. "Gabriel-Rousseau wrote in his January 1929 article in Le Monde colonial illustré. The same year Josso's works were shown at the official pavilion of the Mamounia in Rabat; the magazine La Terre Marocaine published a text by De Chabot describing his work: "Josso reproduces landscapes and scenes, imbuing them with mysticism. Impressionist in the way he expresses light, assembling coloured planes, he draws by inferring reality to decorative printing. ». After his return to France, the artist continued his taste for geometric shapes and light-coloured flat tints by devoting himself to the career of art book illustrator and engraver (see for example Les aventures de deux captifs François dans le royaume de Fez et de Maroc or Traité des passions).

Camille Paul JOSSO (1902 1986)Salé, Morocco, women on the terrace, 1927Watercolouronblack pencil strokes.Signed, dated and located on the lower right.17 x 22.5 cmCamille PaulJOSSO …
Estimate — 150 - 200 €
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Lot n° 22 - Camille Paul JOSSO (1902-1986)Rabat, school rue Souïka, 1927Watercolourand gouache highlights on pencil strokes.Signed, dated and standing.22.5 x 26.5 cmCamille-PaulJOSSO (1902, Nantes - 1986, Paris)Chemical engineer at the General Directorate of Phosphates of the French Protectorate in Morocco, Josso is a member of the Association of Painters and Sculptors of Morocco.Founded in 1922 under the mandate of General Hubert Lyautey, this artistic society aimed to promote Moroccan tourism, but also to defend local painting by allowing members to exhibit together under its aegis. Thus, Josso exhibited at the Georges Petit Gallery and, alongside Majorelle, at the Simonson Gallery, rue Caumartin, in 1929. "French painters from Morocco, by presenting their works at the Simonson Gallery, allowed visitors to appreciate the beauty and appeal of this surprising country. These artists, who are too often said to be useless, will have given Paris an enticing lesson in picturesque geography. "Gabriel-Rousseau wrote in his January 1929 article in Le Monde colonial illustré. The same year Josso's works were shown at the official pavilion of the Mamounia in Rabat; the magazine La Terre Marocaine published a text by De Chabot describing his work: "Josso reproduces landscapes and scenes, imbuing them with mysticism. Impressionist in the way he expresses light, assembling coloured planes, he draws by inferring reality to decorative printing. ». After his return to France, the artist continued his taste for geometric shapes and light-coloured flat tints by devoting himself to the career of art book illustrator and engraver (see for example Les aventures de deux captifs François dans le royaume de Fez et de Maroc or Traité des passions). Camille-Paul JOSSO (1902, Nantes - 1986, Paris)Chemical Engineer at the

Camille Paul JOSSO (1902 1986)Rabat, school rue Souïka, 1927Watercolourand gouache highlights on pencil strokes.Signed, dated and standing.22.5 x 26.5 cmCamille PaulJOSSO (1902, Na…
Estimate — 200 - 300 €
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Friday 26 February - 14:00

Lot n° 23 - Camille Paul JOSSO (1902-1986)Meknes, spice merchants, 1928Gouacheand black pencil.Signed, dated and located lower left.22.5 x 26.6 cmCamille-PaulJOSSO (1902, Nantes - 1986, Paris)Chemical engineer at the General Directorate of Phosphates of the French Protectorate in Morocco, Josso is a member of the Association of Painters and Sculptors of Morocco.Founded in 1922 under the mandate of General Hubert Lyautey, this artistic society aimed to promote Moroccan tourism, but also to defend local painting by allowing members to exhibit together under its aegis. Thus, Josso exhibited at the Georges Petit Gallery and, alongside Majorelle, at the Simonson Gallery, rue Caumartin, in 1929. "The French painters of Morocco, by presenting their works at the Simonson Gallery, allowed visitors to appreciate the beauty and experience the appeal of this surprising country. These artists, who are too often said to be useless, will have given Paris an enticing lesson in picturesque geography. "Gabriel-Rousseau wrote in his January 1929 article in Le Monde colonial illustré. The same year Josso's works were shown at the official pavilion of the Mamounia in Rabat; the magazine La Terre Marocaine published a text by De Chabot describing his work: "Josso reproduces landscapes and scenes, imbuing them with mysticism. Impressionist in the way he expresses light, assembling coloured planes, he draws by inferring reality to decorative printing. ». After his return to France, the artist continued his taste for geometric shapes and light-coloured flat tints by devoting himself to the career of art book illustrator and engraver (see for example Les aventures de deux captifs François dans le royaume de Fez et de Maroc or Traité des passions).

Camille Paul JOSSO (1902 1986)Meknes, spice merchants, 1928Gouacheand black pencil.Signed, dated and located lower left.22.5 x 26.6 cmCamille PaulJOSSO (1902, Nantes 1986, Paris)Ch…
Estimate — 200 - 300 €
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Lot n° 24 - Camille Paul JOSSO (1902-1986)Study of oriental furnitureAquarelleon black pencil strokes.Signed lower right.20 x 32 cmCamille-PaulJOSSO (1902, Nantes - 1986, Paris)Chemical engineer at the General Directorate of Phosphates of the French Protectorate in Morocco, Josso is a member of the Association of Painters and Sculptors of Morocco.Founded in 1922 under the mandate of General Hubert Lyautey, this artistic society aimed to promote Moroccan tourism, but also to defend local painting by allowing members to exhibit together under its aegis. Thus, Josso exhibited at the Georges Petit Gallery and, alongside Majorelle, at the Simonson Gallery, rue Caumartin, in 1929. "The French painters of Morocco, by presenting their works at the Simonson Gallery, allowed visitors to appreciate the beauty and experience the appeal of this surprising country. These artists, who are too often said to be useless, will have given Paris an enticing lesson in picturesque geography. "Gabriel-Rousseau wrote in his January 1929 article in Le Monde colonial illustré. The same year Josso's works were shown at the official pavilion of the Mamounia in Rabat; the magazine La Terre Marocaine published a text by De Chabot describing his work: "Josso reproduces landscapes and scenes, imbuing them with mysticism. Impressionist in the way he expresses light, assembling coloured planes, he draws by inferring reality to decorative printing. ». After his return to France, the artist continued his taste for geometric shapes and light-coloured flat tints by devoting himself to the career of art book illustrator and engraver (see for example Les aventures de deux captifs François dans le royaume de Fez et de Maroc or Traité des passions).

Camille Paul JOSSO (1902 1986)Study of oriental furnitureAquarelleon black pencil strokes.Signed lower right.20 x 32 cmCamille PaulJOSSO (1902, Nantes 1986, Paris)Chemical engineer…
Estimate — 150 - 200 €
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Friday 26 February - 14:00

Lot n° 25 - Camille Paul JOSSO (1902-1986)Chellah, 1927Watercolouron black pencil strokes.Signed, located and dated right.24 x 31.5 cmCamille-PaulJOSSO (1902, Nantes - 1986, Paris)Chemical engineer at the General Directorate of Phosphates of the French Protectorate in Morocco, Josso is a member of the Association of Painters and Sculptors of Morocco.Founded in 1922 under the mandate of General Hubert Lyautey, this artistic society aimed to promote Moroccan tourism, but also to defend local painting by allowing members to exhibit together under its aegis. Thus, Josso exhibited at the Georges Petit Gallery and, alongside Majorelle, at the Simonson Gallery, rue Caumartin, in 1929. "The French painters of Morocco, by presenting their works at the Simonson Gallery, allowed visitors to appreciate the beauty and experience the appeal of this surprising country. These artists, who are too often said to be useless, will have given Paris an enticing lesson in picturesque geography. "Gabriel-Rousseau wrote in his January 1929 article in Le Monde colonial illustré. The same year Josso's works were shown at the official pavilion of the Mamounia in Rabat; the magazine La Terre Marocaine published a text by De Chabot describing his work: "Josso reproduces landscapes and scenes, imbuing them with mysticism. Impressionist in the way he expresses light, assembling coloured planes, he draws by inferring reality to decorative printing. ». After his return to France, the artist continued his taste for geometric shapes and light-coloured flat tints by devoting himself to the career of art book illustrator and engraver (see for example Les aventures de deux captifs François dans le royaume de Fez et de Maroc or Traité des passions).

Camille Paul JOSSO (1902 1986)Chellah, 1927Watercolouron black pencil strokes.Signed, located and dated right.24 x 31.5 cmCamille PaulJOSSO (1902, Nantes 1986, Paris)Chemical engin…
Estimate — 200 - 300 €
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Friday 26 February - 14:00

Lot n° 26 - Camille Paul JOSSO (1902-1986)Chellah, general view of the rampartsAnchorand watercolour.Signed and located at the bottom right.24 x 31.5 cmCamille-PaulJOSSO (1902, Nantes - 1986, Paris)Chemical engineer at the General Directorate of Phosphates of the French Protectorate in Morocco, Josso is a member of the Association of Painters and Sculptors of Morocco.Founded in 1922 under the mandate of General Hubert Lyautey, this artistic society aimed to promote Moroccan tourism, but also to defend local painting by allowing members to exhibit together under its aegis. Thus, Josso exhibited at the Georges Petit Gallery and, alongside Majorelle, at the Simonson Gallery, rue Caumartin, in 1929. "French painters from Morocco, by presenting their works at the Simonson Gallery, allowed visitors to appreciate the beauty and appeal of this surprising country. These artists, who are too often said to be useless, will have given Paris an enticing lesson in picturesque geography. "Gabriel-Rousseau wrote in his January 1929 article in Le Monde colonial illustré. The same year Josso's works were shown at the official pavilion of the Mamounia in Rabat; the magazine La Terre Marocaine published a text by De Chabot describing his work: "Josso reproduces landscapes and scenes, imbuing them with mysticism. Impressionist in the way he expresses light, assembling coloured planes, he draws by inferring reality to decorative printing. ». After his return to France, the artist continued his taste for geometric shapes and light-coloured flat tints by devoting himself to the career of art book illustrator and engraver (see for example Les aventures de deux captifs François dans le royaume de Fez et de Maroc or Traité des passions).

Camille Paul JOSSO (1902 1986)Chellah, general view of the rampartsAnchorand watercolour.Signed and located at the bottom right.24 x 31.5 cmCamille PaulJOSSO (1902, Nantes 1986, Pa…
Estimate — 200 - 300 €
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Friday 26 February - 14:00

Lot n° 27 - Camille Paul JOSSO (1902-1986)Dansez !, 1927Aquarelle sur traits de crayon noir.Signée, datée, située (Salé) et titrée en bas à droite.19 x 23,2 cmCamille-Paul JOSSO (1902, Nantes - 1986, Paris) Ingénieur-chimiste à la direction Générale des Phosphates du Protectorat français au Maroc, Josso fait partie de l’Association des peintres et sculpteurs du Maroc. Fondée en 1922 sous le mandat du général Hubert Lyautey, cette société artistique avait pour but de promouvoir le tourisme marocain, mais aussi de défendre la peinture locale en permettant aux membres d’exposer ensemble sous son égide. Ainsi, Josso expose-t-il à la galerie Georges Petit et, aux côtés de Majorelle, à la Galerie Simonson, rue Caumartin, en 1929. « L es peintres français du Maroc, en présentant leurs oeuvres à la galerie Simonson, ont permis aux visiteurs d’apprécier la beauté et d’éprouver l’attrait de ce pays surprenant. Ces artistes, dont on dit trop souvent qu’ils sont inutiles, auront donné à Paris une séduisante leçon de géographie pittoresque. », écrivait Gabriel-Rousseau dans son article dans Le Monde colonial illustré en janvier 1929. La même année les oeuvres de Josso sont montrées au pavillon officiel de la Mamounia à Rabat ; la revue La Terre marocaine publie à l’occasion un texte signé De Chabot qui décrivait son oeuvre : « Josso reproduit les paysages et les scènes en les imprégnant de mysticisme. Impressionniste par la façon d’exprimer la lumière, assemblant les plans colorés, il dessine en inféodant la réalité à l’impression décorative. ». Après son retour en France, l’artiste poursuivra son goût pour la géométrie de formes et des aplats de couleurs claires en se consacrant à la carrière d’illustrateur de livres d’art et de graveur (voir p.ex. Les aventures de deux captifs François dans le royaume de Fez et de Maroc ou Traité des passions).

Camille Paul JOSSO (1902 1986)Dansez !, 1927Aquarelle sur traits de crayon noir.Signée, datée, située (Salé) et titrée en bas à droite.19 x 23,2 cmCamille Paul JOSSO (1902, Nantes …
Estimate — 200 - 300 €
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Friday 26 February - 14:00

Lot n° 28 - Camille Paul JOSSO (1902-1986)View of MeknesAquarelleon charcoal lines.Signed lower right.21 x 15 cmCamille-PaulJOSSO (1902, Nantes - 1986, Paris)Chemical engineer at the General Directorate of Phosphates of the French Protectorate in Morocco, Josso is a member of the Association of Painters and Sculptors of Morocco.Founded in 1922 under the mandate of General Hubert Lyautey, this artistic society aimed to promote Moroccan tourism, but also to defend local painting by allowing members to exhibit together under its aegis. Thus, Josso exhibited at the Georges Petit Gallery and, alongside Majorelle, at the Simonson Gallery, rue Caumartin, in 1929. "The French painters of Morocco, by presenting their works at the Simonson Gallery, allowed visitors to appreciate the beauty and experience the appeal of this surprising country. These artists, who are too often said to be useless, will have given Paris an enticing lesson in picturesque geography. "Gabriel-Rousseau wrote in his January 1929 article in Le Monde colonial illustré. The same year Josso's works were shown at the official pavilion of the Mamounia in Rabat; the magazine La Terre Marocaine published a text by De Chabot describing his work: "Josso reproduces landscapes and scenes, imbuing them with mysticism. Impressionist in the way he expresses light, assembling coloured planes, he draws by inferring reality to decorative printing. ». After his return to France, the artist continued his taste for geometric shapes and light-coloured flat tints by devoting himself to the career of art book illustrator and engraver (see for example Les aventures de deux captifs François dans le royaume de Fez et de Maroc or Traité des passions).

Camille Paul JOSSO (1902 1986)View of MeknesAquarelleon charcoal lines.Signed lower right.21 x 15 cmCamille PaulJOSSO (1902, Nantes 1986, Paris)Chemical engineer at the General Dir…
Estimate — 120 - 150 €
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Friday 26 February - 14:00

Lot n° 40 - Three pilgrimage certificates printed in polychrome, Egypt and Arabia, 20th century -one representing the Rawdha in Madinah. The sacred place is fully captioned and is framed by a hadith of the Prophet and punctuated at the corners with four rose-decorated fleurons. The name of the pilgrim and the date of his journey are missing. Dim: 40 x 57 cm; glued on paper, accidents; - the other representing the Dome of the Rock on the left, the al-Rawdah Mosque in the centre and the Ka'aba on the right surrounded by the stone of Isma'il, the minbar, the maqam of Abraham and the well of Zamzam. The three sacred places are surmounted by a hadith of the Prophet and the names of God (Allah), the Prophet and the first four caliphs in medallions. Below, six vignettes show the stages of the pilgrimage. Pilgrim's name and date are missing. Size: 39 x 54.5 cm; mounted on paper, small restorations; - a third representing the Ka'aba, the Rawdah and al-Aqsa Mosque. The three sacred places are surmounted by the Bismillah, a hadith of the Prophet, the names of God (Allah), the Prophet and the first four caliphs in medallions. At the bottom left, incomplete form for the name of the pilgrim and the date of his journey. Framing of flowered palmettes. Size: 45.5 x 65.5 cm; restorations, small accidents.Three printed pilgrimage certificates, Egypt and Arabia, 20th century

Three pilgrimage certificates printed in polychrome, Egypt and Arabia, 20th century one representing the Rawdha in Madinah. The sacred place is fully captioned and is framed by a h…
Estimate — 500 - 700 €
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Friday 26 February - 14:00
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