Table of Contents


Brush-Toned Still Lifes


Jewish North Africa

Morocco

Vestiges of Rome

Re-Visioning Antiquites


Portfolios Index

Images of Jewish Morocco I '93

Jewish Sites of Cairo and Alexandria '94

Images of Jewish Morocco II '95

Tunisia '97

About the Jewish North African Portfolios


About the Prints

About the Artist

Articles

Exhibition

Order Prints

Contact Us

Links

Photographs
D. R. Cowles

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Still Life #72
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Still Life #72
Brush-Toned Still Lifes
Wash Basin at Elyahu HaNovi
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Wash Basin at Elyahu HaNovi
Jewish North Africa

Between 1993 and 1999, D. R. Cowles made numerous trips to North Africa to document remaining Jewish sites in Morocco, Egypt, and Tunisia: synagogues, saints' shrines, cemeteries, and the mellahs that once housed Jewish communities.

Photographer's Note

Facade, Attarine Medersa
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Facade, Attarine Medersa
Morocco

Traditional Moroccan architecture and landscape; walled towns and their environs, ancient doors and gateways; palaces, medersas and mosques.

El Djem, Amphithéâtre
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El Djem, Amphithéâtre
Vestiges of Rome

Roman architectural ruins, artefacts, and art works.

Tête de la Déesse Junon #4
 
Tête de la Déesse Junon #4
Re-Visioning Antiquites

Work In Progress - a visual translation of images from antiquity (sculptures, painting, mosaics) into the contemporary syntax of photography.

Picture of the four portfolios
 
Four Portfolios
Portfolios

Four Portfolios, with a combined total of 61 8x10 inch vintage contact prints, of Jewish historic sites in North Africa, made between 1993 and 1997. There are two Portfolios on Morocco, one on Egypt, and one on Tunisia.


Table of Contents | Brush-Toned Still Lifes | Jewish North Africa | Morocco | Vestiges of Rome | Re-Visioning Antiquites
Portfolios Index | Images of Jewish Morocco I '93 | Jewish Sites of Cairo and Alexandria '94
Images of Jewish Morocco II '95 | Tunisia '97 | About the Jewish North African Portfolios
About the Prints | About the Artist | Articles | Exhibition | Order Prints | Contact Us | Links