The MACMA Museum is proud to present its collection of Orientalist painters, one of the richest and most varied. It reflects in an exemplary way a vision often distorted and fantasized of the Europeans of the 19th century regarding the East, for which Tanger was often the door, but also the only source of inspiration. Cavalcades and caravans, scenes of streets or interiors (most often imagined), portraits of warriors or feminine, preceded a more realistic inspiration and also historical testimonies magnified by the extraordinary landscapes of the country, its colors and its fascinating luminosity.

José cruz Herrera - Le Harem Huile sur toile, 55 x 65 cmJosé Cruz Herrera - Le Harem
Mariano Bertuchi - Le Café Tétouan - 1941 Huile sur panneau - 53 x 66 cmMariano Bertuchi - Le Café Tétouan
Mariano Bertuchi - La bataille de tétouan de 1860 - Tétouan - 1941 Huile sur panneau, 41 x 120 cmMariano Bertuchi - La bataille de tétouan
Jacques Majorelle - Ait Bou Guemmez - 1953 Gouache sur panneau , 65 x 81 cmJacques Majorelle - Ait Bou Guemmez