Rauschenberg Lotus series & Marrakitch series works & Warhol Mao wallpaper in Iranian artist Fereydoun Ave's collection, auctioned at Sotheby's, London, April 21, 2016
Robert Rauschenberg, Lotus V (From the Lotus series), 2008, 36/50, pigment inkjet print with photogravure in colors, on thick woven paper, 113 x 151 cm. From sothebys.com.
Robert Rauschenberg, Site; Next Room; Appointment: and Gossip (Four works from the series 'Marrakitch'), 2000, 46/50, four color screenprints, 80.5 x 58.8 cm, 81 x 59 cm, 76 x 56.6 cm, and 56 x 76 cm. From sothebys.com.
Andy Warhol, Mao Wallpaper 1974 from the exhibition at the Musée Galliera, Paris, screenprint in colors on wallpaper, 330 x 220 cm. From sothebys.com.
William Merritt Chase, The Moorish Warrior, ca. 1878. Oil on canvas, 59 3/16 x 94 7/16 in. (150.4 x 239.9 cm). Brooklyn Museum, NY. From archive.org.
'Tasting notes' from Rococo website:
'Tangy, intense Persian lime lifted with peppery, aniseedy basil. The fusion of these elements gives this bar a wine-like complexity. If you like Shiraz, you must try this bar!'
'The MaRoCoCo Garden' at Rococo Chocolates, 5 Motcomb Street, London, SW1X 8JU--featuring a Moroccan tile mosaic and roses, lavender, geraniums, mint, jasmine, and a kaffir lime tree
Orientalist Matisse pictures in the Barnes Foundation collection, Philadelphia (1912, 1919, 1922-3, 1931)
Henri Matisse, Seated Riffian (Le Rifain assis), between November and December 1912, oil on canvas, 200.3 x 160.7 cm). The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia. From barnesfoundation.org.
Henri Matisse, The Venetian Blinds (Les Persiennes), spring 1919, oil on canvas, 130 × 89 cm. The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia. From barnesfoundation.org.
Henri Matisse, Moorish Woman (The Raised Knee [Femme mauresque (Le Genou levé)], August 1922-February 1923, oil on canvas, 46.7 x 38.4 cm. The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia. From barnesfoundation.org.
Henri Matisse, Figure with a Persian Robe (Figure à la robe persane), 1931, oil on canvas, 70.8 x 47.9 cm. From barnesfoundation.org.
Eugène Delacroix, Bride of Abydos, 1857, Oil on canvas, 19 x 15 in, Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, AP 1986.04. From new.artsmia.org.
Eugène Delacroix, Death of Sardanapalus, 1846, Oil on canvas, 29 x 32 in, Philadelphia Museum of Art, The Henry P. McIlhenny Collection. From new.artsmia.org.
Eugène Delacroix, Convulsionists of Tangiers, 1838, Oil on canvas, 38 x 51 in, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Bequest of J. Jerome Hill, 73.42.3. From new.artsmia.org.
Eugène Delacroix, View of Tangier from the Shore, 1858, oil on canvas, 32 x 40 in, Minneapolis Institute of Art, gift of Mrs. Erasmus C. Lindley in memory of her father James J. Hill, 49.4. From new.artsmia.org.
Eugène Delacroix, Arabs Skirmishing in the Mountains, 1863, Oil on canvas, 36 x 29 in, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, Chester Dale Fund, 1966.12.1. From new.artsmia.org.
Pierre August Renoir, The Jewish Wedding in Morocco, after Delacroix, 1875, Oil on canvas, 44 x 58 in, Worcester Art Museum, 1943.1. From new.artsmia.org.
Pierre August Renoir, Madame Clémentine Valensi Stora (L'Algérienne), 1870, Oil on canvas, 33 x 23 in, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. From new.artsmia.org.
Eugène Fromentin, Egypt, a Recollection, 1872, Oil on canvas, 13 x 16 in. Minneapolis Institute of Art, Gift of Mrs. Egil Boeckmann, 58.32. From new.artsmia.org.
Narcisse Diaz de la Pena, A Seraglio, Constantinople, ca 1865, Oil on panel, 15 x 21 in, Minneapolis Institute of Art, Gift of Mrs. Egil Boeckmann, 58.30. From new.artsmia.org.
Description from shopbop.com: 'Fall takes an exotic turn with Moroccan-inspired prints, luxe textures, and bold hues.'
Figue, Evil eye clutch. From shopbop.com.
Posters at Christie's, London, Nov 5--Examples highlighting tea industry in Sri Lanka, golfing in Tunisia
Jacques Majorelle, Le Maroc, lithograph in colours, 1923, printed by Baconnier, Algiers, backed on linen, 39 x 24 in. (99 x 62 cm.). From christies.com.
MacDonald (Max) Gill, Map of Ceylon Showing her Tea and Other Industries, lithograph in colours, 1933, condition A; not backed, 40 x 25 in. (101 x 64 cm.). From christies.com.
Roger Broders, Golf de la Soukra, Tunis, lithograph in colours, 1932, printed by Vaugirard, Paris, backed on linen, 39 x 24½ in. (99 x 62 cm.). From christies.com.
Regards sur l’Orient - Tableaux et Sculptures Orientalistes et Art Islamique, Sotheby's, Paris, Oct 22, 2015
Jean-Jules-Antoine Lecomte du Noüy, Ramses in his Harem, 1886, oil on canvas, central panel 115 x 146.5cm; side panels 128 x 77cm. From sothebys.com.
Jacques Majorelle, The Souks in Marrakech, mixed media with gold on paper on panel, 52.5 x 63.5. From sothebys.com.
Charles-Emile Vacher de Tournemine, The Stork Arrival in Constantinople, oil on canvas, 70.5 x 125.3 cm. From sothebys.com.
Un Africain et une Africaine, ou Le Billet Doux, after Josse-François-Joseph le Riche, 19th-century terracotta figures, 37.5cm high. From sothebys.com.
Nikoo Paydar has a PhD in art history from the Courtauld Institute, London.