Street Scene, Tangier (Man Leading Calf)

Street Scene, Tangier (Man Leading Calf)

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Henry Ossawa Tanner probably painted this scene in his Paris studio from postcards or photographs of Tangier, which he visited two years later. By 1910, Tanner had established himself as a religious painter and used his trips to North Africa and the Middle East for inspiration. This street scene refers to the passage in the Bible in which a man is told to go into the village and retrieve a donkey that will carry Christ into Jerusalem.

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