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William James Muller The Cairo Slave Market oil painting


The Cairo Slave Market
Painting ID::  39965
William James Muller
The Cairo Slave Market
mk155 1838-1839 Pencil and Watercolor 25.5x33cm

   
   
     

William James Muller The Carpet Bazaar in Cario oil painting


The Carpet Bazaar in Cario
Painting ID::  39973
William James Muller
The Carpet Bazaar in Cario
mk155 1543 Oil on wood 62.2x74.9cm

   
   
     

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     William James Muller
     British Painter, 1812-1845, English landscape and figure painter, was born at Bristol, his father, a Prussian, being curator of the museum. He first studied painting under JB Pyne. His early subjects deal mainly with the scenery of Gloucestershire and Wales, and he learned much from his study of Claude, Ruysdael, and earlier landscape-painters. In 1833 he figured for the first time in the Royal Academy with his "Destruction of Old London Bridge--Morning," and next year he made a tour through France, Switzerland and Italy. Four years later he visited Athens, extending his travels to Egypt, and in the sketches executed during this period and the paintings produced from them his power and individuality are apparent. Shortly after his return he left Bristol and settled in London, where he exhibited regularly. In 1840 he again visited France, where he executed a series of sketches of Renaissance architecture, twenty-five of which were lithographed and published in 1841, in a folio entitled "The Age of Francis I. of France." In 1843 he accompanied,

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