"Dome Church" Painting from King of Morocco

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"Dome Church" Painting from King of Morocco

1,200.00

17 x 15 inches (framed)
Acrylic on Artist Board
Signed: "MacCarthy Mor"

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Up for sale is an incredible and special oil painting entitled depicting what is believed to be a domed church in Morocco. This oil painting was painted by the "MacCarthy Mor" and is painted in a fantastic thick style heavily sculpted with the back end of his brush. The most incredible credit to this painting is the fact that is was inside the Throne Room of the Royal Palace Museum of Tangier under the patronage of Princess Lalla Fatima Zohra to mark the 61st birthday of King Hassan II from August 11th to the 22nd in 1990. It was then exhibited in the first international festival of the visual arts in Tangier from August 23rd to September 18th.

(THE INFORMATION IN THE NEXT PARAGRAPH IS TAKEN FROM THE MATCHING PAINTING TO THIS ONE I HAVE FOR SALE) 

This painting had its paper backing removed and was unfortunately lost.The last six images in this listing are taken from the other painting I have and the information has been transferred for the sake of this sale.

All the information is on the back side of the frame of the accompanying painting that I have for sale as seen in the 7th photo provided. On the reverse are multiple stamps from the artist as well as the man in charge of the kings art collection as seen in the 11th photo "Janif Ahmed". This picture is a fascinating piece of art that carries a fantastic history. This was executed on a canvas artist board that measures 10 x 8 inches and is framed in a gold wood frame measuring 17 x 15 inches.