Saturday, November 17, 2018

01 Paintings by the Orientalist Artists in the Nineteenth-Century, with footnotes, 23

Arnulf de Bouche, (German, 1872–1945)
Aegypterin, c. 1913
Oil on canvas
64 x 54.3 cm. (25.2 x 21.4 in.)
Private collection

Arnulf De Bouche 1872-1945 (German)  was the son of the glass painter Karl de Bouché (1845-1920), he received his first painting lessons from his father, then from November 2, 1863, studied at the Royal Academy of Arts in Munich with Gabriel von Hackl and Paul Hoecker. 

In 1901 he exhibited his works in the Munich Glass Palace, in 1914 he took part in the Great BerlinArt Exhibition. 

The main theme of his work were women's acts, often in the Orient milieu, and the names of the depicted women were marked by oriental eroticism. 


Some of his works are in the collections of German museums, For example, the self-portrait of 1912 in the Stadtmuseum Nürnberg, but most of the pictures are in private collections. More on Arnulf De Bouche






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01 Paintings, The amorous game, Part 33 - With Footnotes

Pascale Taurua
Warm evening
Oil on Canvas
51.2 H x 35 W x 1.6 in

Pascale Taurua , born in 1961 is a French painter elected Miss New Caledonia 1977 , then Miss France 1978 . She succeeds Veronica Bundle, Miss France 1977. She is the 48 th Miss France.

A few months after her election, she prefers to return to New Caledonia rather than ensure her role as Miss France in France for a year. Pascale Taurua is now an artist-painter.


Pascale Taurua started painting a young age. She graduated from the Conservatory of Art of Papeete in Tahiti. She lives in Pau in the south of France. She has made painting her profession since 1996. Her work is mainly focused on figurative art. She exhibits her paintings in the Pacific and Metropolitan France. She also makes drawings, and participates in many courses and workshops. More on Pascale Taurua





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01 Painting, Streets of Paris, by the artists of the time, Part 39 - With Footnotes

George Malva (Syrian, b. 1957)
Paris Blues, 1986
Oil on canvas
32 x 28 inches (81.3 x 71.1 cm)
Private collection


Omar "Malva" Hamdi was a Syrian Kurdish artist. Born in 1952 in Al-Hasakah, Syria, he worked as a graphic artist for the Syrian Press, where he also wrote articles on an Artistic Criticism. He settled in Vienna in 1978 and was awarded the Austrian Nationality, he was a member of the General Federation of Austrian Artists and the UNESCO, and a member of the Künstlerhaus - Wien.

His works of Art are widely exhibited in several art Galleries, including in particular, Arnot Gallery New York, which acted as a representative gallery of his works.

His works are acquired by art collectors and dealers, art galleries and exhibitions, museums, banks and Ministries of Culture, in addition to a large number of private property acquisitions in America, Canada, Austria, Germany, France, Italy, the Netherlands, Japan, Sri Lanka, and Russia.

Many of his works have been printed in postcards and posters by several publishing houses and are being distributed in numerous countries worldwide.

His life was devoted to full-time artistic work. More on Omar "Malva" Hamdi





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