Kyrenia

Creator:

Anonymous

Date:

ca. 1920

Inscriptions:

Inscribed in lower center: Kyrenia

Description:

The mosque was built in Kyrenia in 1589-90 by the muhassil of Cyprus Ağa Cafer Paşa. Of ashlar masonry, it is also known as Aşaği Cami (the Lower Mosque). The mosque is built on high foundations rising from the ground which slopes down in two directions. The minaret’s cap is of the typical Turkish cover of grey-green lead. The inclusion of a number of figures walking towards the mosque asserts the longstanding popularity of a site venerated for centuries. It remains one of the holiest mosques in Cyprus and, since 1974, it contains the wooden sarcophagus, the staff, two green...Read more

Dimensions:

24 x 20 cm

Signature(s):

Signed Indistinctly in lower right with initials

Identifier:

PNT-00015

Classification:

Paintings

Object Type:

Watercolour

Rights Holder:

© Costas and Rita Severis Foundation

Rights Statement:

The Costas and Rita Severis Foundation holds or manages the copyright(s) of this item and its digital reproduction. If you need information about using this item, please send an email to research@severis.org

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