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Carl Haag (1820-1915)

Visit of the Prince of Wales to Agyle Agha, 19 April 1862 dated 1863

RCIN 452250

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Before reaching the Sea of Galilee, the Prince had paid a visit to the encampment of the Bedouin leader Agyle Agha. He is seen in the painting standing before the Prince of Wales, who is seated in a white robe with his travelling companions. Agyle Agha had assisted a number of Christians during the religious conflict of 1860, and was well-known and respected by the European community as a result. Commissioned by the Prince of Wales in 1863