Evocative night-time street scenes captured in US postcards from the 1960s.
Above: a street in Kairwan in 1899; Porte Française, Tunis; Bedouin woman; Arab men; Souc-el-Trouk, Tunis; crowds gather around a snake charmer; Private drawing room, Kasr-el-Said; Cathedral of St. Louis, Carthage and a family of Bedouin beggars, Tunis.
Though currently sold out, the definitive collection is currently massively oversubscribed on Kickstarter.
A recent exhibition at Norwich ‘received mixed reviews from the artist himself.’
As you’d expect.
Still fresh after 102 years, in fairness.
From TCD’s digital archive.
Can you guess the year?