Bedouin Girl by Luis Ricardo Falero Remastered Xzendor7 Classical Art Old Masters Reproduction
Painting - Digital Art Reproduction
Bedouin Girl c1891 by Spanish Painter Luis Ricardo Falero (1851 - 1896); specialized in female nudes with an emphasis on mythological, oriental and fantasy themes, which he skillfully combined with his interest in Astronomy, incorporating celestial constellations into many of his artistic creations..
This is a Portrait Of A Bedouin Young Girl wearing what appears to be a large piece of head jewelry made of gold with some inlaid gems, wearing a red dress as well as a red velour cloak with gold embossed accents draped over her shoulders.
Scholastic Information: The Bedouin or Bedu peoples are a population of nomadic Arabs who have historically lived in the desert regions of North Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, Upper Mesopotamia and the Levant (refers to a large area if the Eastern Mediterranean region of Western Asia).
This is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image.
October 5th, 2020
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