Arthur Meijer

Case, Menazil & Casas

sculptures of houses

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    Funduq al Hamri II


    Berbers, Southern Morocco
    Height 67 cm (sold)

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    Funduq al Hamri II


    Berbers, Southern Morocco
    Height 67 cm (sold)

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    Funduq al Hamri II


    Berbers, Southern Morocco
    Height 67 cm (sold)

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    Funduq al Hamri II


    Berbers, Southern Morocco
    Height 67 cm (sold)

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    An-ni'am at-thalatha al hamra II


    Berbers, Southern Morocco
    Height 63 cm

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    An-ni'am at-thalatha al hamra II


    Berbers, Southern Morocco
    Height 63 cm

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    An-ni'am at-thalatha al hamra II


    Berbers, Southern Morocco
    Height 63 cm

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    An-ni'am at-thalatha al hamra II


    Berbers, Southern Morocco
    Height 63 cm

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    Marhaba fi Fez


    Moorish, cities Morocco
    Height 60 cm

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    Marhaba fi Fez


    Moorish, cities Morocco
    Height 60 cm

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    Marhaba fi Fez


    Moorish, cities Morocco
    Height 60 cm

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    Marhaba fi Fez


    Moorish, cities Morocco
    Height 60 cm

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    Sabagh al-Khayr fi Marrakesh


    Moorish, cities Morocco
    Height 86 cm (sold)

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    Sabagh al-Khayr fi Marrakesh


    Moorish, cities Morocco
    Height 86 cm (sold)

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    Sabagh al-Khayr fi Marrakesh


    Moorish, cities Morocco
    Height 86 cm (sold)

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    Sabagh al-Khayr fi Marrakesh


    Moorish, cities Morocco
    Height 86 cm (sold)

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    El Quba al K'bir


    Egypt
    Height 82 cm

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    El Quba al K'bir


    Egypt
    Height 82 cm

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    El Quba al K'bir


    Egypt
    Height 82 cm

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    El Quba al K'bir


    Egypt
    Height 82 cm

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    El Maktaba el Seghr


    Egypt
    Height 62 cm

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    El Maktaba el Seghr


    Egypt
    Height 62 cm

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    El Maktaba el Seghr


    Egypt
    Height 62 cm

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    El Maktaba el Seghr


    Egypt
    Height 62 cm

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    Southern Morocco: Desert, oases with Berber houses. Hamri: red earth.

    Thick mud walls, small apertures. Crumbling symbols of power.

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    Moorish Morocco in the cities: architecture closely related to that of AndalucĂ­a.
    Whitewashed, closed on the street, decorations of reliefs and tiles. These are houses that radiate grandeur: status and joy of living.