Moorish Chief Print

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Moorish Chief Print

About the Painting:

Standing in front of an arch that closely resembles the architecture of the Alhambra in Spain, the Moorish chief exudes power and mystery. This painting was probably shown at the Paris Salon exhibition of 1878 with the title Le Gardien du serail (The Harem Guard).

Charlemont was a Viennese artist known primarily for his nudes and portraits. While this subject was unusual for him, it was very popular in Europe at the time.

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Take home one of your favorite works of art from the Philadelphia Museum of Art's John G. Johnson collection. This high-quality reproduction of Eduard Charlemont's The Moorish Chief is printed on medium weight paper with intense pigmentation.

  • Printed in the USA
  • 17" x 11"
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