We are a small family business who works closely with 38 professional art, antique, and collectible pickers, located in ten states between Maine and Virginia. Every day we list up to 30 unique, rare, and unusual items from ancient antiquities to mid 20th century collectibles. Thank You & Happy eBaying from all of us at RIICS Inc. 19thC Antique PAUL PASCAL Bedouin Arabs Orientalist Gouache Watercolor Painting..This antique 15 ¾" by 22 ½", Watercolor Gouache Painting is signed in the lower right hand corner P. Pascal (1832-c1903) was a French artist known for his Orientalist Paintings of North African Bedoin Arabs. This authentic, Paul Pascal Painting depicts a several Arabs on horses, as well as others and a woman walking with a jug on her head, walking back to the North African Walled City. Century gouache painting no longer retains its original glass, but it comes in its original 20 ¾" by 27 ½" frame. There are no problems or any restorations to the painting and you will find that this authentic Paul Pascal Orientalist Gouache Painting has been listed without any reserve!
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Thank you for your interest in our auctions! The item "19thC Antique PAUL PASCAL Bedouin Arabs Orientalist Gouache Watercolor Painting" is in sale since Thursday, February 09, 2017. This item is in the category "Antiques\Asian Antiques\Middle East". The seller is "wwolst12" and is located in Cumberland, Rhode Island. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, to all countries in Europe, to all countries in continental Asia, to Australia.