The Carpet Bazaar, Cairo

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Müller, born in Bristol and for many years the city's best-known artist, visited Egypt in 1838-9. He described Alexandria as 'like humanity put into a kaleidoscope' but soon admitted that Cairo was better still. The streets and bazaars excited him, and the rich shadows and shafts of light he found there reminded him of Rembrandt.  This picture of a bazaar was painted several years after the artist's return home.  
Oil on millboard panel, 1843.
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