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Orientalist art of Rudolf Ernst Rudolf Ernst Rudolf Ernst is an Austrian painter, son of the painter Leopold Ernst architectural.

Moorish Palace inspecting the Wealth

Lienzo de Rudolf Ernst (1854-1932) Lectura del Corán

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Rudolf Ernst Paintings-Standing Guard

Standing Guard

Rudolf Ernst Standing Guard painting is shipped worldwide,including stretched canvas and framed art.This Rudolf Ernst Standing Guard painting is available at custom size.

Rudolf Ernst Paintings-The Rug Merchant

The Rug Merchant

The Rug Merchant Rudolf Ernst

Los Trabajadores Metalúrgicos, Rudolph Ernst @@@...http://www.evelinapapazova.com/pagebg.php?P=109&SP=115

The Metal Workers by Rudolph Ernst

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A Sultan with a Tiger by Rudolf Ernst Austrian Orientalist Artist 1854 - 1932

Emil Rudolf Weiss (German, 1875 - 1942) "The merchant of oriental curiosities"

“Merchant of Oriental curiosities” by Emil Rudolf Weiss (German, 1875 -

Rudolph Ernst Paintings | Category Archives: Rudolf Ernst

Tea time for a traveler.

Ancient Moorish Paintings ~ Outside An Indian Dye House

Outside An Indian Dye House Edwin Lord Weeks Reproduction

An Arab Schoolmaster. Ludwig Deutsch Dutch 1855 -1935

An Arab Schoolmaster Ludwig Deutsch Touchstones Rochdale Arts and Heritage Centre Painting - oil on panel

Ludwig Deutsch - "La mizisyen":

The Musician ~ by Ludwig Deutsch (Austria, ~ Ludwig Deutsch was an Austrian painter who settled in Paris. He studied at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts then, in moved to Paris where he became strongly associated with Orientalism.

' Reading' by Rudolf Ernst The Shafik Gabr Collection, Selected Paintings

Rudolf Swoboda - O Leitor

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enchantedsleeper: “ The Guard of the Harem, Rudolf Ernst ”

RUDOLF ERNST A QUIET MOMENT

The Orientalist Sale - View Auction details, bid, buy and collect the various artworks at Sothebys Art Auction House.

The Favourite 1872 - Rudolph Ernst

Rudolf Ernst, The Favourite, The Arabic word harem derives its original spelling and meaning from the Egyptian word harim, meaning ‘women.

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