Theodore (Theodorus) Jacques Ralli
(1852 - 1909)
Theodore (Theodorus) Jacques Ralli was active/lived in Greece, France, Egypt, Turkey, Switzerland. Theodore Ralli is known for genre, portrait, figure, interior and architectural painting.
Biography Theodore (Theodorus) Jacques Ralli
Theodore Jacques Ralli or Theodorus Rallis (Theodoros Scaramanga Rallis in full) (Constantinople, 16 February 1852 - Lausanne, 2 October 1909) was a Greek painter, watercolourist and draughtsman, who spent most of his working life in Paris, France and in Egypt.
He painted genre works, portraits, local figures, architectural subjects, interiors with figures and animals. But he is best known for his orientalist* paintings.
He was sent to Paris under the patronage of King Otto of Greece and studied under Jean-Léon Gérôme, French painter and professor at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, and under Jean-Jules-Antoine Lecomte du Nouy, both known for their orientalist paintings.
Ralli then traveled widely in North Africa and the Middl
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