Watercolours of Aleppo, Damascus and Beirut

painted during a visit to the region in 1996

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At that time the civil war in Lebanon had recently ended and rebuilding had begun. Many of the shocking scars of the civil war were however, still visible and the resulting waterclours were exhibited at the British Council in Beirut in 1997.

 

Entrance to the Souk, Damascus, 29 x 21 cm, watercolour, 1996

£350

 

Aleppo seen from the Castle with the Great Mosque, recently destroyed, left foreground,

21 x 29 cm, watercolour, 1996

£350

Inside the Souk, Aleppo, 29 x 21 cm, watercolour, 1996

£350

The Souk, Aleppo, 29 x 21 cm, watercolour, 1996

£350

The Great Mosque, Aleppo

The 12th century mainaret has recently been destroyed.

29 x 21 cm, watercolour, 1996

NFS

View from my room in Baron's Hotel, Aleppo

29 x 21 cm, watercolour, 1996

£350

Qalat Saman, the ruins of the Cathedral where St Simeon the Stylite

lived on a column for 27 years, near Aleppo

29 x 21 cm, watercolour, 1996

Private collection

Street in Damascus, 29 x 21 cm, watercolour, 1996

£350

Street with a minaret, Damascus, 29 x 21 cm, watercolour, 1996

Private collection

Beirut, the Green Line, 29 x 21 cm, watercolour, 1996

£350

Down-town Beirut, 21 x 29 cm, watercolour, 1996

£350

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