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Here are all the paintings of Robert Talbot Kelly 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
74675 Flight of the Khalifa after his defeat at the battle of Omdurman Robert Talbot Kelly Flight of the Khalifa after his defeat at the battle of Omdurman English: The Flight of the Khalifa after his defeat at the battle of Omdurman, 2nd September 1898. Oil on canvas cyf
98053 Jean Baptiste Colbert Robert Talbot Kelly Jean Baptiste Colbert Unknown date Medium oil on canvas cyf
72876 The Flight of the Khalifa after his defeat at the battle of Omdurman Robert Talbot Kelly The Flight of the Khalifa after his defeat at the battle of Omdurman The Flight of the Khalifa after his defeat at the battle of Omdurman, 2nd September 1898. Oil on canvas cjr
95798 The Flight of the Khalifa after his defeat at the battle of Omdurman, 2nd September 1898 Robert Talbot Kelly The Flight of the Khalifa after his defeat at the battle of Omdurman, 2nd September 1898 Oil on canvas cjr

Robert Talbot Kelly
(1861 - 1934) was an English orientalist landscape and genre painter, author and illustrator. Kelly was born in Birkenhead, Cheshire, the son of Irish landscape artist Robert George Kelly. He left school in 1876 to take up work in a firm of cotton traders, but was also taught art by his father, exhibiting under the name R. G. Kelly Jnr. In the early 1880s, inspired by the places he saw while on vacation on an ocean cruise ship, Talbot-Kelly decided to take up his father's profession. He left his employment in 1882, travelled by boat to North Africa, and settled in Egypt in 1883, acquiring a studio in Cairo and becoming fluent in Arabic. He travelled throughout the country, writing about and painting the people and scenes he encountered both in towns and in the desert. He spent a considerable time with the Bedouin tribes who he described and illustrated in his 1902 book, "Egypt painted and described" (A & C Black). As his name became known he also earned an income from private commissions. He stayed in Egypt until 1915 when for reasons of health and age he returned to London - though he continued to paint constantly. An Arab cafe in Cairo (from "Egypt painted and described", 1902)"Egypt painted and described", his first illustrated travel book, was published in 1902 (by A & C Black), and was an account of his impressions and experiences of that country during his long stay there; an exhibition of his Egyptian views was also held at the Fine Art Society in the same year. His paintings and writing showed a great empathy and respect for local people and culture, especially that of the desert Bedouin Arabs.
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