Scenes of Egypt with people and camels, painted by French artist Louis Amable Crapelet 1822-1867) who studied under Corot. Visiting Egypt in 1852 he returned to France in 1854.

"Campement en Nubie." 1853.
“Campement en Nubie.” 1853. Oil on canvas. Image © lotsearch.net. Fair use license. via https://www.lotsearch.net/lot/louis-amable-crapelet-1822-1867-campement-36291484
LOUIS-AMABLE-CRAPELET-(1822-1867)-LA-MOSQUEE-DU-SULTAN-BARCKOUK-AU-CAIRE.-AQUARELLE&HELLIP- (1)
“La Mosquée du Sultan Barckouk au Caire.” No date. Watercolor and gouache. Aquarelle et gouache. Signature and title on the bottom left. Image © lotsearch.net and LECLERE – Auction Houses. Fair use license. via https://www.lotsearch.net/lot/louis-amable-crapelet-1822-1867-la-mosquee-du-sultan-barckouk-au-caire-9867219
louis-amable-crapelet-at-the-“nile”-banks
“At the Nile Banks.” 1863. Watercolor over pencil on paper. Image ©2020 Artnet Worldwide Corporation. Fair use license. via http://www.artnet.com/artists/louis-amable-crapelet/at-the-nile-banks-v30HT7O8r7vpPiXKu4pKJg2

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