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Count Amedeo Preziosi (1816-1882)-Attrib. "Bazaar scene in Istanbul", watercolor, 2nd half of 19th c. 1450 EUR
Count Amedeo Preziosi (1816-1882)-Attrib. "Bazaar scene in Istanbul", watercolor, 2nd half of 19th c.
Our comparison images nr.7-12 convincingly demonstrate that this Orientalist watercolor could very likely be an original work of well-known Turkish artist of Maltese origin, Count Amedeo Preziosi.
Count Amadeo Preziosi (or Prezioci, or Precioci) was born on Malta in 1816. He was active in Constantinople, Turkey and was royal painter to Prince Carl the First of Romania in 1868-69. Prezioci exhibited at the Royal Academy London in 1882. His folk scenes from Constantinople were especially popular and recently reach remarkable prices (up to USD 50.000) at international art auctions.
Provenance: private collection, France
Creation Year: 2nd half of 19th Century
Measurements: UNFRAMED:36,5x27,6cm/14,4x10,9in FRAMED: 58,5x45,5cm/23,0x17,9in
Object Type: Framed watercolor
Style: Orientalist paintings
Technique: pencil and watercolor on paper
Inscription: verso: old notice of a passe-partout (frame-?) maker
Creator: Count Amadeo Preziosi
Creator Dates: 1816 Malta-1882 Constantinople
Nationality: Maltese / Turkish
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