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      • Maher Morcos, Buffalo Warrior, Native American Cast Paper Portrait
        Nov. 05, 2023

        Maher Morcos, Buffalo Warrior, Native American Cast Paper Portrait

        Est: $350 - $500

        Cast Paper Portrait Of Native American Man. As framed in acrylic case approximately 36.5H x 28.5W x 5.5D in.

        Clark's Auction Company
      • Signed Maher Morcos “Rendezvous" Watercolor
        Nov. 05, 2023

        Signed Maher Morcos “Rendezvous" Watercolor

        Est: -

        Art Measure: 20w x 16h Frame Measure: 27w x 23h Elevate your art collection with a Signed Maher Morcos "Rendezvous" Watercolor, acaptivating portrayal of Native Americans on horseback in a serene creek. The artist's signature in the bottom right corner adds authenticity to this remarkable artwork. This watercolor painting beautifully captures the essence of this historical scene, offering a glimpse into the culture and lifestyle of Native Americans. Whether you're a fan of historical or Western art or simply appreciate the rich heritage of indigenouspeople, this painting adds a touch of artistic excellence and a connection to the past to your space. Immerse yourself in the details and the cultural significance of this Maher Morcos watercolor, making it acherished and visually captivating addition to your collection. In good condition with wear commensurate with age and no major damage to notate.RH50871

        Monarch Auction and Estate Services
      • Maher Morcos, Buffalo Warrior, Native American Cast Paper Portrait
        Oct. 08, 2023

        Maher Morcos, Buffalo Warrior, Native American Cast Paper Portrait

        Est: $350 - $500

        Cast Paper Portrait Of Native American Man. As framed in acrylic case approximately 36.5H x 28.5W x 5.5D in.

        Clark's Auction Company
      • LARGE MAHER MORCOS NATIVE AMERICAN PAINTING
        Sep. 16, 2023

        LARGE MAHER MORCOS NATIVE AMERICAN PAINTING

        Est: $500 - $800

        MORCOS, Maher Naguib, (American, b. 1946): Profiles of a Native American Warrior, Oil/Canvas, 36'' x 34'', signed lower right, signed verso, framed, 41.5'' x 39.5''.

        Burchard Galleries Inc
      • Sgd. Portrait of an Old Man by Maher Morcos.
        Aug. 12, 2023

        Sgd. Portrait of an Old Man by Maher Morcos.

        Est: $100 - $200

        The framed oil painting on canvas depicts a side profile of a smoking man and is by Maher Naguib Morcos (Egypt, b.1946). It is signed "Maher" lower right, as well as a copyright stamp en verso. The painting has brown stains to the white background. The frame measures 43" x 31" and the canvas measures 36" x 24". Third-party shipping or personal pickup is required. Please see our website for our shipping recommendations.

        Direct Auction Galleries, Inc.
      • LARGE MAHER MORCOS NATIVE AMERICAN PAINTING
        Jul. 16, 2023

        LARGE MAHER MORCOS NATIVE AMERICAN PAINTING

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        MORCOS, Maher Naguib, (American, b. 1946): Profiles of a Native American Warrior, Oil/Canvas, 36" x 34", signed lower right, signed verso, framed, 41.5" x 39.5".

        Burchard Galleries Inc
      • MAHER MORCOS BRONZE, FATE OF THE SCOUT.
        Feb. 22, 2023

        MAHER MORCOS BRONZE, FATE OF THE SCOUT.

        Est: $400 - $600

        Maher Morcos (b. 1947) bronze sculpture, “Fate of the Scout” depicting two figures on horseback. Signed Maher Morcos and dated ‘82, numbered 3/28. Mounted on wooden base with brass plaque. Bronze 17”H x 27”H, overall 18.5”.

        William Smith Auctions
      • Maher Morcos Signed Print Studio 10 Ed. 108/200
        Jan. 01, 2023

        Maher Morcos Signed Print Studio 10 Ed. 108/200

        Est: $50 - $100

        Maher Morcos Signed Print Studio 10 Ed. 108/200. Titled "Studio 10." Edition 108/200. Minor bends at left edge. Pencil signed and numbered. Approx. 42 x 25.5 in.

        Hughes Auctions
      • Maher Morcos Signed Serigraph Liz Taylor 118/200 1990
        Jan. 01, 2023

        Maher Morcos Signed Serigraph Liz Taylor 118/200 1990

        Est: $100 - $200

        Maher Morcos Signed Serigraph Liz Taylor 118/200 1990. Titled "Liz," 1988. Printed on Arches 99 in 1990. Ink loss overall. Left corner is missing. Top edge has surface marks. Bottom edge has rip and holes. Approx. 47 x 31 in.

        Hughes Auctions
      • Maher Morcos Signed Serigraph Print Touch of Class Ed. 86/200
        Jan. 01, 2023

        Maher Morcos Signed Serigraph Print Touch of Class Ed. 86/200

        Est: $50 - $100

        Maher Morcos Signed Serigraph Print Touch of Class Ed. 86/200. Surface marks on middle right section. Paint loss on middle right. Approx. 42 x 24.75 in.

        Hughes Auctions
      • Maher Naguib Morcos (b.1946) Oil On Board
        Jan. 15, 2022

        Maher Naguib Morcos (b.1946) Oil On Board

        Est: -

        Titled: " They Try To Trample The Leader". Maher Morcos Measures Approximately 30in X 43in. Art Measures Approximately 19in X 32in. Tm6470 Zh

        EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
      • Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting
        Jan. 02, 2022

        Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting

        Est: $400 - $525

        ARTIST: Maher Naguib Morcos (California, Egyptian, born 1946) NAME: Nude MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Restretched. Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 36 inches / 60 x 91 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Stan Farnham, Kathryn Johnson-Feeley, Ronald Story, Antonio Zari, Miguel Gomez, J Hupton, Bernard Locca, Gregg Robinson, Roland Hipkins, Helen Caswell, Allan Arnn, Nylajo Harvey, Betsey Fowler, Andrius Booth, George Fowler, Zel Talbert, Rocky Hawkins, Bettie Haller, Michael C McCullough, Don Ward, Charles Millard, James Richard Blake, Armand Cultrera Montaldo, James Edgar Mitchell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117149 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Maher was born on February 23, 1952, in Cairo, Egypt to an Egyptian mother and an Italian father. He began his career as an artist at the age of 13 when he began selling his watercolors to tourists that depicted scenes of daily life amongst the ancient ruins of Egypt. At age 14, he competed in an Egyptian government-sponsored national competition and won Best of Show. This resulted in a commission from the Ministry of Education in Cairo to illustrate high school textbooks. By the age of 15, he had his first one-man show in Cairo and started what would be a life long adventure in the world of fine art. When it was time for him to pursue a college education, his parents urged him to study law or medicine because they wanted their son to be a professional. Instead he chose architecture, since it was the closest thing to art, and still acceptable to his parents. It was during his college years that he nurtured his love of music and learned to play the saxophone. He concluded his formal education in 1968, by obtaining a degree in both Architecture and Fine Art.After finishing college, Morcos played his saxophone professionally for four years in the nightclubs of Cairo. He then left Egypt to play with a jazz band in Sudan. From there he ventured to Chicago where first began to sell his work through established galleries such Circle Gallery and Arts International Gallery.By 1971, he was ready for another adventure so he traveled to Paris to study fashion design. He eventually left Paris for the South of France where he drew with pastels on the sidewalks of Nice and collected money in a hat from tourists. Shortly after his adventure in France, Maher returned to the United States in an effort to expand his exposure through more galleries. But by 1974 he was again ready to travel, and he journeyed to Rio de Janeiro where he spent a year taking in the local scenery and carving out a living drawing on sidewalks once again.Finally, in 1975, Maher decided that it was time to take his career in art more seriously and he returned to Chicago to focus on his passion for American western art. His success in the field of western art was no small accomplishment. Due to his Egyptian heritage, many art experts and collectors were biased about his ability to truly capture the essence of the American West. His determination to prove himself and overcome the prejudice required him to be a far better artist than most American artists. With lots of determination and talent he accomplished this goal, and surprised the critics, by winning many medals and honors in prestigious western art shows such as the Charles Russell show and the George Phippen show. He was also invited to become a member of many prestigious Western organizations including Western Heritage and the Western Artists of America.Morcos has been widely published; won innumerable awards, and is represented in the finest corporate and private collections throughout the world. He has clearly earned his position amongst the worlds most accomplished artists regardless of the subject matter. He continues to explore new worlds through his extensive travels and produce visual images that have a way of captivating his audience and winning their respect.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • MAHER MORCOS (American b. 1946) A PAINTING, "Chief,"
        Nov. 13, 2021

        MAHER MORCOS (American b. 1946) A PAINTING, "Chief,"

        Est: $200 - $300

        MAHER MORCOS (American b. 1946) A PAINTING, "Chief," oil on canvas, signed L/R. 36" x 24"

        Houston Auction Company
      • Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting
        Oct. 10, 2021

        Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting

        Est: $425 - $550

        ARTIST: Maher Naguib Morcos (California, Egyptian, born 1946) NAME: Sitting Nude MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Restretched. Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 36 x 24 inches / 91 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Stan Farnham, Kathryn Johnson-Feeley, Ronald Story, Antonio Zari, Miguel Gomez, J Hupton, Bernard Locca, Gregg Robinson, Roland Hipkins, Helen Caswell, Allan Arnn, Nylajo Harvey, Betsey Fowler, Andrius Booth, George Fowler, Zel Talbert, Rocky Hawkins, Bettie Haller, Michael C McCullough, Don Ward, Charles Millard, James Richard Blake, Armand Cultrera Montaldo, James Edgar Mitchell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117150 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Maher was born on February 23, 1952, in Cairo, Egypt to an Egyptian mother and an Italian father. He began his career as an artist at the age of 13 when he began selling his watercolors to tourists that depicted scenes of daily life amongst the ancient ruins of Egypt. At age 14, he competed in an Egyptian government-sponsored national competition and won Best of Show. This resulted in a commission from the Ministry of Education in Cairo to illustrate high school textbooks. By the age of 15, he had his first one-man show in Cairo and started what would be a life long adventure in the world of fine art. When it was time for him to pursue a college education, his parents urged him to study law or medicine because they wanted their son to be a professional. Instead he chose architecture, since it was the closest thing to art, and still acceptable to his parents. It was during his college years that he nurtured his love of music and learned to play the saxophone. He concluded his formal education in 1968, by obtaining a degree in both Architecture and Fine Art.After finishing college, Morcos played his saxophone professionally for four years in the nightclubs of Cairo. He then left Egypt to play with a jazz band in Sudan. From there he ventured to Chicago where first began to sell his work through established galleries such Circle Gallery and Arts International Gallery.By 1971, he was ready for another adventure so he traveled to Paris to study fashion design. He eventually left Paris for the South of France where he drew with pastels on the sidewalks of Nice and collected money in a hat from tourists. Shortly after his adventure in France, Maher returned to the United States in an effort to expand his exposure through more galleries. But by 1974 he was again ready to travel, and he journeyed to Rio de Janeiro where he spent a year taking in the local scenery and carving out a living drawing on sidewalks once again.Finally, in 1975, Maher decided that it was time to take his career in art more seriously and he returned to Chicago to focus on his passion for American western art. His success in the field of western art was no small accomplishment. Due to his Egyptian heritage, many art experts and collectors were biased about his ability to truly capture the essence of the American West. His determination to prove himself and overcome the prejudice required him to be a far better artist than most American artists. With lots of determination and talent he accomplished this goal, and surprised the critics, by winning many medals and honors in prestigious western art shows such as the Charles Russell show and the George Phippen show. He was also invited to become a member of many prestigious Western organizations including Western Heritage and the Western Artists of America.Morcos has been widely published; won innumerable awards, and is represented in the finest corporate and private collections throughout the world. He has clearly earned his position amongst the worlds most accomplished artists regardless of the subject matter. He continues to explore new worlds through his extensive travels and produce visual images that have a way of captivating his audience and winning their respect.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting
        Oct. 10, 2021

        Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting

        Est: $425 - $550

        ARTIST: Maher Naguib Morcos (California, Egyptian, born 1946) NAME: Nude MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Restretched. Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 36 inches / 60 x 91 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Stan Farnham, Kathryn Johnson-Feeley, Ronald Story, Antonio Zari, Miguel Gomez, J Hupton, Bernard Locca, Gregg Robinson, Roland Hipkins, Helen Caswell, Allan Arnn, Nylajo Harvey, Betsey Fowler, Andrius Booth, George Fowler, Zel Talbert, Rocky Hawkins, Bettie Haller, Michael C McCullough, Don Ward, Charles Millard, James Richard Blake, Armand Cultrera Montaldo, James Edgar Mitchell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117149 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Maher was born on February 23, 1952, in Cairo, Egypt to an Egyptian mother and an Italian father. He began his career as an artist at the age of 13 when he began selling his watercolors to tourists that depicted scenes of daily life amongst the ancient ruins of Egypt. At age 14, he competed in an Egyptian government-sponsored national competition and won Best of Show. This resulted in a commission from the Ministry of Education in Cairo to illustrate high school textbooks. By the age of 15, he had his first one-man show in Cairo and started what would be a life long adventure in the world of fine art. When it was time for him to pursue a college education, his parents urged him to study law or medicine because they wanted their son to be a professional. Instead he chose architecture, since it was the closest thing to art, and still acceptable to his parents. It was during his college years that he nurtured his love of music and learned to play the saxophone. He concluded his formal education in 1968, by obtaining a degree in both Architecture and Fine Art.After finishing college, Morcos played his saxophone professionally for four years in the nightclubs of Cairo. He then left Egypt to play with a jazz band in Sudan. From there he ventured to Chicago where first began to sell his work through established galleries such Circle Gallery and Arts International Gallery.By 1971, he was ready for another adventure so he traveled to Paris to study fashion design. He eventually left Paris for the South of France where he drew with pastels on the sidewalks of Nice and collected money in a hat from tourists. Shortly after his adventure in France, Maher returned to the United States in an effort to expand his exposure through more galleries. But by 1974 he was again ready to travel, and he journeyed to Rio de Janeiro where he spent a year taking in the local scenery and carving out a living drawing on sidewalks once again.Finally, in 1975, Maher decided that it was time to take his career in art more seriously and he returned to Chicago to focus on his passion for American western art. His success in the field of western art was no small accomplishment. Due to his Egyptian heritage, many art experts and collectors were biased about his ability to truly capture the essence of the American West. His determination to prove himself and overcome the prejudice required him to be a far better artist than most American artists. With lots of determination and talent he accomplished this goal, and surprised the critics, by winning many medals and honors in prestigious western art shows such as the Charles Russell show and the George Phippen show. He was also invited to become a member of many prestigious Western organizations including Western Heritage and the Western Artists of America.Morcos has been widely published; won innumerable awards, and is represented in the finest corporate and private collections throughout the world. He has clearly earned his position amongst the worlds most accomplished artists regardless of the subject matter. He continues to explore new worlds through his extensive travels and produce visual images that have a way of captivating his audience and winning their respect.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • MAHER MORCOS (B.1947) INDIAN WAR PAINT, 24" X 28"
        Aug. 28, 2021

        MAHER MORCOS (B.1947) INDIAN WAR PAINT, 24" X 28"

        Est: $500 - $700

        Framed oil on canvas painting, "War Paint," signed lower right Maher Morcos (Maher Naguib Morcos, b.1946), dated 1977, Green Country Art Center label verso, sight: 23.5"h, 27.5"w, overall: 33.75"h, 37.75"w, 12lbs Start Price: $300.00

        Austin Auction Gallery
      • Maher Morcos(American B. 1946) "Proud Nation"
        Jul. 23, 2021

        Maher Morcos(American B. 1946) "Proud Nation"

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Large framed oil painting on canvas with Indiana people. by Maher Morcos signed and dated on lower right. frame: 71 1/4"W x 51 3/4"H, painting" 40 3/4"H x 60 1/4"W

        The Popular Auction, LLC
      • Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting
        Jul. 04, 2021

        Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting

        Est: $450 - $575

        ARTIST: Maher Naguib Morcos (California, Egyptian, born 1946) NAME: Sitting Nude MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Restretched. Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 36 x 24 inches / 91 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Stan Farnham, Kathryn Johnson-Feeley, Ronald Story, Antonio Zari, Miguel Gomez, J Hupton, Bernard Locca, Gregg Robinson, Roland Hipkins, Helen Caswell, Allan Arnn, Nylajo Harvey, Betsey Fowler, Andrius Booth, George Fowler, Zel Talbert, Rocky Hawkins, Bettie Haller, Michael C McCullough, Don Ward, Charles Millard, James Richard Blake, Armand Cultrera Montaldo, James Edgar Mitchell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117150 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Maher was born on February 23, 1952, in Cairo, Egypt to an Egyptian mother and an Italian father. He began his career as an artist at the age of 13 when he began selling his watercolors to tourists that depicted scenes of daily life amongst the ancient ruins of Egypt. At age 14, he competed in an Egyptian government-sponsored national competition and won Best of Show. This resulted in a commission from the Ministry of Education in Cairo to illustrate high school textbooks. By the age of 15, he had his first one-man show in Cairo and started what would be a life long adventure in the world of fine art. When it was time for him to pursue a college education, his parents urged him to study law or medicine because they wanted their son to be a professional. Instead he chose architecture, since it was the closest thing to art, and still acceptable to his parents. It was during his college years that he nurtured his love of music and learned to play the saxophone. He concluded his formal education in 1968, by obtaining a degree in both Architecture and Fine Art.After finishing college, Morcos played his saxophone professionally for four years in the nightclubs of Cairo. He then left Egypt to play with a jazz band in Sudan. From there he ventured to Chicago where first began to sell his work through established galleries such Circle Gallery and Arts International Gallery.By 1971, he was ready for another adventure so he traveled to Paris to study fashion design. He eventually left Paris for the South of France where he drew with pastels on the sidewalks of Nice and collected money in a hat from tourists. Shortly after his adventure in France, Maher returned to the United States in an effort to expand his exposure through more galleries. But by 1974 he was again ready to travel, and he journeyed to Rio de Janeiro where he spent a year taking in the local scenery and carving out a living drawing on sidewalks once again.Finally, in 1975, Maher decided that it was time to take his career in art more seriously and he returned to Chicago to focus on his passion for American western art. His success in the field of western art was no small accomplishment. Due to his Egyptian heritage, many art experts and collectors were biased about his ability to truly capture the essence of the American West. His determination to prove himself and overcome the prejudice required him to be a far better artist than most American artists. With lots of determination and talent he accomplished this goal, and surprised the critics, by winning many medals and honors in prestigious western art shows such as the Charles Russell show and the George Phippen show. He was also invited to become a member of many prestigious Western organizations including Western Heritage and the Western Artists of America.Morcos has been widely published; won innumerable awards, and is represented in the finest corporate and private collections throughout the world. He has clearly earned his position amongst the worlds most accomplished artists regardless of the subject matter. He continues to explore new worlds through his extensive travels and produce visual images that have a way of captivating his audience and winning their respect.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting
        Jul. 04, 2021

        Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting

        Est: $450 - $575

        ARTIST: Maher Naguib Morcos (California, Egyptian, born 1946) NAME: Nude MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Restretched. Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 36 inches / 60 x 91 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Stan Farnham, Kathryn Johnson-Feeley, Ronald Story, Antonio Zari, Miguel Gomez, J Hupton, Bernard Locca, Gregg Robinson, Roland Hipkins, Helen Caswell, Allan Arnn, Nylajo Harvey, Betsey Fowler, Andrius Booth, George Fowler, Zel Talbert, Rocky Hawkins, Bettie Haller, Michael C McCullough, Don Ward, Charles Millard, James Richard Blake, Armand Cultrera Montaldo, James Edgar Mitchell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117149 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Maher was born on February 23, 1952, in Cairo, Egypt to an Egyptian mother and an Italian father. He began his career as an artist at the age of 13 when he began selling his watercolors to tourists that depicted scenes of daily life amongst the ancient ruins of Egypt. At age 14, he competed in an Egyptian government-sponsored national competition and won Best of Show. This resulted in a commission from the Ministry of Education in Cairo to illustrate high school textbooks. By the age of 15, he had his first one-man show in Cairo and started what would be a life long adventure in the world of fine art. When it was time for him to pursue a college education, his parents urged him to study law or medicine because they wanted their son to be a professional. Instead he chose architecture, since it was the closest thing to art, and still acceptable to his parents. It was during his college years that he nurtured his love of music and learned to play the saxophone. He concluded his formal education in 1968, by obtaining a degree in both Architecture and Fine Art.After finishing college, Morcos played his saxophone professionally for four years in the nightclubs of Cairo. He then left Egypt to play with a jazz band in Sudan. From there he ventured to Chicago where first began to sell his work through established galleries such Circle Gallery and Arts International Gallery.By 1971, he was ready for another adventure so he traveled to Paris to study fashion design. He eventually left Paris for the South of France where he drew with pastels on the sidewalks of Nice and collected money in a hat from tourists. Shortly after his adventure in France, Maher returned to the United States in an effort to expand his exposure through more galleries. But by 1974 he was again ready to travel, and he journeyed to Rio de Janeiro where he spent a year taking in the local scenery and carving out a living drawing on sidewalks once again.Finally, in 1975, Maher decided that it was time to take his career in art more seriously and he returned to Chicago to focus on his passion for American western art. His success in the field of western art was no small accomplishment. Due to his Egyptian heritage, many art experts and collectors were biased about his ability to truly capture the essence of the American West. His determination to prove himself and overcome the prejudice required him to be a far better artist than most American artists. With lots of determination and talent he accomplished this goal, and surprised the critics, by winning many medals and honors in prestigious western art shows such as the Charles Russell show and the George Phippen show. He was also invited to become a member of many prestigious Western organizations including Western Heritage and the Western Artists of America.Morcos has been widely published; won innumerable awards, and is represented in the finest corporate and private collections throughout the world. He has clearly earned his position amongst the worlds most accomplished artists regardless of the subject matter. He continues to explore new worlds through his extensive travels and produce visual images that have a way of captivating his audience and winning their respect.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Maher Morcos, Group of Six Portraits
        May. 29, 2021

        Maher Morcos, Group of Six Portraits

        Est: $1,000 - $3,000

        Maher Morcos (b. 1946) Group of Six Portraits watercolor on paper Untitled, 1987 signed and dated lower left: © maher morcos 8713 x 6 3/8 in. (33.02 x 16.19 cm.)Frame: 27 3/8 x 21 x 1 1/4 in. (69.53 x 53.34 x 3.18 cm.) Untitled, 1987signed and dated lower left: © maher morcos 8711 x 7 in. (27.94 x 17.78 cm.)Frame: 25 1/2 x 21 1/4 x 2 3/4 in. (64.77 x 53.98 x 6.99 cm.) Untitledsigned lower left: © maher morcos6 3/8 x 5 3/8 in. (16.19 x 13.65 cm.)Frame: 19 1/2 x 16 x 1 in. (49.53 x 40.64 x 2.54 cm.) Untitledsigned lower right: © maher15 1/4 x 8 5/8 in. (38.74 x 21.91 cm.)Frame: 21 3/8 x 13 3/4 x 1 in. (54.29 x 34.93 x 2.54 cm.) Indian Scout, 1984signed and dated lower right: © maher morcos 8411 1/2 x 8 in. (29.21 x 20.32 cm.)Frame: 20 3/4 x 16 3/4 x 1 in. (52.71 x 42.55 x 2.54 cm.) Apache, 1984 signed and dated lower left: © maher morcos 8411 1/2 x 8 in. (29.21 x 20.32 cm.)Frame: 20 3/4 x 16 3/4 x 1 in. (52.71 x 42.55 x 2.54 cm.) Provenance:Private Collection, New Mexico

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • Maher Morcos, The Only Good Indian Is..., 1984
        May. 29, 2021

        Maher Morcos, The Only Good Indian Is..., 1984

        Est: $1,500 - $3,000

        Maher Morcos (b. 1946) The Only Good Indian Is..., 1984 bronze, edition 31 of 45 inscribed: © / maher morcos / 31/45 84

        Santa Fe Art Auction
      • MAHER MORCOS (B. 1946): FEMALE NUDE WITH EROS
        Apr. 29, 2021

        MAHER MORCOS (B. 1946): FEMALE NUDE WITH EROS

        Est: $600 - $800

        patinated bronze, signed and numbered 7/50, mounted to a round marble base Provenance: The Ferrari-Carano Winery Estate Villa Fiore, Healdsburg the bronze: 28 inches high; 14 inches diameter x 30 1/2 inches high overall

        Abell Auction
      • Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting
        Apr. 04, 2021

        Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting

        Est: $425 - $475

        ARTIST: Maher Naguib Morcos (California, Egyptian, born 1946) NAME: Nude with Hat MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Restretched. Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 36 inches / 60 x 91 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Stan Farnham, Kathryn Johnson-Feeley, Ronald Story, Antonio Zari, Miguel Gomez, J Hupton, Bernard Locca, Gregg Robinson, Roland Hipkins, Helen Caswell, Allan Arnn, Nylajo Harvey, Betsey Fowler, Andrius Booth, George Fowler, Zel Talbert, Rocky Hawkins, Bettie Haller, Michael C McCullough, Don Ward, Charles Millard, James Richard Blake, Armand Cultrera Montaldo, James Edgar Mitchell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117151 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Maher was born on February 23, 1952, in Cairo, Egypt to an Egyptian mother and an Italian father. He began his career as an artist at the age of 13 when he began selling his watercolors to tourists that depicted scenes of daily life amongst the ancient ruins of Egypt. At age 14, he competed in an Egyptian government-sponsored national competition and won Best of Show. This resulted in a commission from the Ministry of Education in Cairo to illustrate high school textbooks. By the age of 15, he had his first one-man show in Cairo and started what would be a life long adventure in the world of fine art. When it was time for him to pursue a college education, his parents urged him to study law or medicine because they wanted their son to be a professional. Instead he chose architecture, since it was the closest thing to art, and still acceptable to his parents. It was during his college years that he nurtured his love of music and learned to play the saxophone. He concluded his formal education in 1968, by obtaining a degree in both Architecture and Fine Art.After finishing college, Morcos played his saxophone professionally for four years in the nightclubs of Cairo. He then left Egypt to play with a jazz band in Sudan. From there he ventured to Chicago where first began to sell his work through established galleries such Circle Gallery and Arts International Gallery.By 1971, he was ready for another adventure so he traveled to Paris to study fashion design. He eventually left Paris for the South of France where he drew with pastels on the sidewalks of Nice and collected money in a hat from tourists. Shortly after his adventure in France, Maher returned to the United States in an effort to expand his exposure through more galleries. But by 1974 he was again ready to travel, and he journeyed to Rio de Janeiro where he spent a year taking in the local scenery and carving out a living drawing on sidewalks once again.Finally, in 1975, Maher decided that it was time to take his career in art more seriously and he returned to Chicago to focus on his passion for American western art. His success in the field of western art was no small accomplishment. Due to his Egyptian heritage, many art experts and collectors were biased about his ability to truly capture the essence of the American West. His determination to prove himself and overcome the prejudice required him to be a far better artist than most American artists. With lots of determination and talent he accomplished this goal, and surprised the critics, by winning many medals and honors in prestigious western art shows such as the Charles Russell show and the George Phippen show. He was also invited to become a member of many prestigious Western organizations including Western Heritage and the Western Artists of America.Morcos has been widely published; won innumerable awards, and is represented in the finest corporate and private collections throughout the world. He has clearly earned his position amongst the worlds most accomplished artists regardless of the subject matter. He continues to explore new worlds through his extensive travels and produce visual images that have a way of captivating his audience and winning their respect.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting
        Apr. 04, 2021

        Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting

        Est: $425 - $475

        ARTIST: Maher Naguib Morcos (California, Egyptian, born 1946) NAME: Sitting Nude MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Restretched. Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 36 x 24 inches / 91 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Stan Farnham, Kathryn Johnson-Feeley, Ronald Story, Antonio Zari, Miguel Gomez, J Hupton, Bernard Locca, Gregg Robinson, Roland Hipkins, Helen Caswell, Allan Arnn, Nylajo Harvey, Betsey Fowler, Andrius Booth, George Fowler, Zel Talbert, Rocky Hawkins, Bettie Haller, Michael C McCullough, Don Ward, Charles Millard, James Richard Blake, Armand Cultrera Montaldo, James Edgar Mitchell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117150 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Maher was born on February 23, 1952, in Cairo, Egypt to an Egyptian mother and an Italian father. He began his career as an artist at the age of 13 when he began selling his watercolors to tourists that depicted scenes of daily life amongst the ancient ruins of Egypt. At age 14, he competed in an Egyptian government-sponsored national competition and won Best of Show. This resulted in a commission from the Ministry of Education in Cairo to illustrate high school textbooks. By the age of 15, he had his first one-man show in Cairo and started what would be a life long adventure in the world of fine art. When it was time for him to pursue a college education, his parents urged him to study law or medicine because they wanted their son to be a professional. Instead he chose architecture, since it was the closest thing to art, and still acceptable to his parents. It was during his college years that he nurtured his love of music and learned to play the saxophone. He concluded his formal education in 1968, by obtaining a degree in both Architecture and Fine Art.After finishing college, Morcos played his saxophone professionally for four years in the nightclubs of Cairo. He then left Egypt to play with a jazz band in Sudan. From there he ventured to Chicago where first began to sell his work through established galleries such Circle Gallery and Arts International Gallery.By 1971, he was ready for another adventure so he traveled to Paris to study fashion design. He eventually left Paris for the South of France where he drew with pastels on the sidewalks of Nice and collected money in a hat from tourists. Shortly after his adventure in France, Maher returned to the United States in an effort to expand his exposure through more galleries. But by 1974 he was again ready to travel, and he journeyed to Rio de Janeiro where he spent a year taking in the local scenery and carving out a living drawing on sidewalks once again.Finally, in 1975, Maher decided that it was time to take his career in art more seriously and he returned to Chicago to focus on his passion for American western art. His success in the field of western art was no small accomplishment. Due to his Egyptian heritage, many art experts and collectors were biased about his ability to truly capture the essence of the American West. His determination to prove himself and overcome the prejudice required him to be a far better artist than most American artists. With lots of determination and talent he accomplished this goal, and surprised the critics, by winning many medals and honors in prestigious western art shows such as the Charles Russell show and the George Phippen show. He was also invited to become a member of many prestigious Western organizations including Western Heritage and the Western Artists of America.Morcos has been widely published; won innumerable awards, and is represented in the finest corporate and private collections throughout the world. He has clearly earned his position amongst the worlds most accomplished artists regardless of the subject matter. He continues to explore new worlds through his extensive travels and produce visual images that have a way of captivating his audience and winning their respect.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting
        Apr. 04, 2021

        Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting

        Est: $425 - $475

        ARTIST: Maher Naguib Morcos (California, Egyptian, born 1946) NAME: Nude MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Restretched. Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 36 inches / 60 x 91 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Stan Farnham, Kathryn Johnson-Feeley, Ronald Story, Antonio Zari, Miguel Gomez, J Hupton, Bernard Locca, Gregg Robinson, Roland Hipkins, Helen Caswell, Allan Arnn, Nylajo Harvey, Betsey Fowler, Andrius Booth, George Fowler, Zel Talbert, Rocky Hawkins, Bettie Haller, Michael C McCullough, Don Ward, Charles Millard, James Richard Blake, Armand Cultrera Montaldo, James Edgar Mitchell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117149 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Maher was born on February 23, 1952, in Cairo, Egypt to an Egyptian mother and an Italian father. He began his career as an artist at the age of 13 when he began selling his watercolors to tourists that depicted scenes of daily life amongst the ancient ruins of Egypt. At age 14, he competed in an Egyptian government-sponsored national competition and won Best of Show. This resulted in a commission from the Ministry of Education in Cairo to illustrate high school textbooks. By the age of 15, he had his first one-man show in Cairo and started what would be a life long adventure in the world of fine art. When it was time for him to pursue a college education, his parents urged him to study law or medicine because they wanted their son to be a professional. Instead he chose architecture, since it was the closest thing to art, and still acceptable to his parents. It was during his college years that he nurtured his love of music and learned to play the saxophone. He concluded his formal education in 1968, by obtaining a degree in both Architecture and Fine Art.After finishing college, Morcos played his saxophone professionally for four years in the nightclubs of Cairo. He then left Egypt to play with a jazz band in Sudan. From there he ventured to Chicago where first began to sell his work through established galleries such Circle Gallery and Arts International Gallery.By 1971, he was ready for another adventure so he traveled to Paris to study fashion design. He eventually left Paris for the South of France where he drew with pastels on the sidewalks of Nice and collected money in a hat from tourists. Shortly after his adventure in France, Maher returned to the United States in an effort to expand his exposure through more galleries. But by 1974 he was again ready to travel, and he journeyed to Rio de Janeiro where he spent a year taking in the local scenery and carving out a living drawing on sidewalks once again.Finally, in 1975, Maher decided that it was time to take his career in art more seriously and he returned to Chicago to focus on his passion for American western art. His success in the field of western art was no small accomplishment. Due to his Egyptian heritage, many art experts and collectors were biased about his ability to truly capture the essence of the American West. His determination to prove himself and overcome the prejudice required him to be a far better artist than most American artists. With lots of determination and talent he accomplished this goal, and surprised the critics, by winning many medals and honors in prestigious western art shows such as the Charles Russell show and the George Phippen show. He was also invited to become a member of many prestigious Western organizations including Western Heritage and the Western Artists of America.Morcos has been widely published; won innumerable awards, and is represented in the finest corporate and private collections throughout the world. He has clearly earned his position amongst the worlds most accomplished artists regardless of the subject matter. He continues to explore new worlds through his extensive travels and produce visual images that have a way of captivating his audience and winning their respect.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • MAHER NAGUIB MORCOS "THE BRAVE" OIL ON CANVAS
        Jan. 10, 2021

        MAHER NAGUIB MORCOS "THE BRAVE" OIL ON CANVAS

        Est: -

        Vintage 1978 Maher Naguib Morcos (Born 1946) "The Brave" Oil on Canvas. Depicting a Native American warrior wielding a spear in his right hand while riding on horseback. Artist hand signed and dated 1978 on the lower right. A painter and sculptor known for his 'Old West' images Maher Morcos focuses on depicting beauty, elegance and romance of 'times gone by'. He was born in Egypt to an Italian father and Egyptian mother, and holds degrees in fine arts and architecture. He is also regarded as an accomplished saxophone player. Artist: Maher Naguib Morcos Title: "The Brave" Medium: Oil on Canvas Circa/Year: 1978 Signature Type: Hand Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 30x15 in. Keywords: Native American, Indian Artwork, Art; Ref: BD1101

        Bradford's
      • Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting
        Jan. 03, 2021

        Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting

        Est: $425 - $475

        ARTIST: Maher Naguib Morcos (California, Egyptian, born 1946) NAME: Nude with Hat MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Restretched. Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 36 inches / 60 x 91 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Stan Farnham, Kathryn Johnson-Feeley, Ronald Story, Antonio Zari, Miguel Gomez, J Hupton, Bernard Locca, Gregg Robinson, Roland Hipkins, Helen Caswell, Allan Arnn, Nylajo Harvey, Betsey Fowler, Andrius Booth, George Fowler, Zel Talbert, Rocky Hawkins, Bettie Haller, Michael C McCullough, Don Ward, Charles Millard, James Richard Blake, Armand Cultrera Montaldo, James Edgar Mitchell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117151 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Maher was born on February 23, 1952, in Cairo, Egypt to an Egyptian mother and an Italian father. He began his career as an artist at the age of 13 when he began selling his watercolors to tourists that depicted scenes of daily life amongst the ancient ruins of Egypt. At age 14, he competed in an Egyptian government-sponsored national competition and won Best of Show. This resulted in a commission from the Ministry of Education in Cairo to illustrate high school textbooks. By the age of 15, he had his first one-man show in Cairo and started what would be a life long adventure in the world of fine art. When it was time for him to pursue a college education, his parents urged him to study law or medicine because they wanted their son to be a professional. Instead he chose architecture, since it was the closest thing to art, and still acceptable to his parents. It was during his college years that he nurtured his love of music and learned to play the saxophone. He concluded his formal education in 1968, by obtaining a degree in both Architecture and Fine Art.After finishing college, Morcos played his saxophone professionally for four years in the nightclubs of Cairo. He then left Egypt to play with a jazz band in Sudan. From there he ventured to Chicago where first began to sell his work through established galleries such Circle Gallery and Arts International Gallery.By 1971, he was ready for another adventure so he traveled to Paris to study fashion design. He eventually left Paris for the South of France where he drew with pastels on the sidewalks of Nice and collected money in a hat from tourists. Shortly after his adventure in France, Maher returned to the United States in an effort to expand his exposure through more galleries. But by 1974 he was again ready to travel, and he journeyed to Rio de Janeiro where he spent a year taking in the local scenery and carving out a living drawing on sidewalks once again.Finally, in 1975, Maher decided that it was time to take his career in art more seriously and he returned to Chicago to focus on his passion for American western art. His success in the field of western art was no small accomplishment. Due to his Egyptian heritage, many art experts and collectors were biased about his ability to truly capture the essence of the American West. His determination to prove himself and overcome the prejudice required him to be a far better artist than most American artists. With lots of determination and talent he accomplished this goal, and surprised the critics, by winning many medals and honors in prestigious western art shows such as the Charles Russell show and the George Phippen show. He was also invited to become a member of many prestigious Western organizations including Western Heritage and the Western Artists of America.Morcos has been widely published; won innumerable awards, and is represented in the finest corporate and private collections throughout the world. He has clearly earned his position amongst the worlds most accomplished artists regardless of the subject matter. He continues to explore new worlds through his extensive travels and produce visual images that have a way of captivating his audience and winning their respect.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting
        Jan. 03, 2021

        Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting

        Est: $425 - $475

        ARTIST: Maher Naguib Morcos (California, Egyptian, born 1946) NAME: Sitting Nude MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Restretched. Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 36 x 24 inches / 91 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: lower right SIMILAR ARTISTS: Stan Farnham, Kathryn Johnson-Feeley, Ronald Story, Antonio Zari, Miguel Gomez, J Hupton, Bernard Locca, Gregg Robinson, Roland Hipkins, Helen Caswell, Allan Arnn, Nylajo Harvey, Betsey Fowler, Andrius Booth, George Fowler, Zel Talbert, Rocky Hawkins, Bettie Haller, Michael C McCullough, Don Ward, Charles Millard, James Richard Blake, Armand Cultrera Montaldo, James Edgar Mitchell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117150 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Maher was born on February 23, 1952, in Cairo, Egypt to an Egyptian mother and an Italian father. He began his career as an artist at the age of 13 when he began selling his watercolors to tourists that depicted scenes of daily life amongst the ancient ruins of Egypt. At age 14, he competed in an Egyptian government-sponsored national competition and won Best of Show. This resulted in a commission from the Ministry of Education in Cairo to illustrate high school textbooks. By the age of 15, he had his first one-man show in Cairo and started what would be a life long adventure in the world of fine art. When it was time for him to pursue a college education, his parents urged him to study law or medicine because they wanted their son to be a professional. Instead he chose architecture, since it was the closest thing to art, and still acceptable to his parents. It was during his college years that he nurtured his love of music and learned to play the saxophone. He concluded his formal education in 1968, by obtaining a degree in both Architecture and Fine Art.After finishing college, Morcos played his saxophone professionally for four years in the nightclubs of Cairo. He then left Egypt to play with a jazz band in Sudan. From there he ventured to Chicago where first began to sell his work through established galleries such Circle Gallery and Arts International Gallery.By 1971, he was ready for another adventure so he traveled to Paris to study fashion design. He eventually left Paris for the South of France where he drew with pastels on the sidewalks of Nice and collected money in a hat from tourists. Shortly after his adventure in France, Maher returned to the United States in an effort to expand his exposure through more galleries. But by 1974 he was again ready to travel, and he journeyed to Rio de Janeiro where he spent a year taking in the local scenery and carving out a living drawing on sidewalks once again.Finally, in 1975, Maher decided that it was time to take his career in art more seriously and he returned to Chicago to focus on his passion for American western art. His success in the field of western art was no small accomplishment. Due to his Egyptian heritage, many art experts and collectors were biased about his ability to truly capture the essence of the American West. His determination to prove himself and overcome the prejudice required him to be a far better artist than most American artists. With lots of determination and talent he accomplished this goal, and surprised the critics, by winning many medals and honors in prestigious western art shows such as the Charles Russell show and the George Phippen show. He was also invited to become a member of many prestigious Western organizations including Western Heritage and the Western Artists of America.Morcos has been widely published; won innumerable awards, and is represented in the finest corporate and private collections throughout the world. He has clearly earned his position amongst the worlds most accomplished artists regardless of the subject matter. He continues to explore new worlds through his extensive travels and produce visual images that have a way of captivating his audience and winning their respect.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting
        Jan. 03, 2021

        Maher Morcos (CA,Egypt,b 1946) oil painting

        Est: $425 - $475

        ARTIST: Maher Naguib Morcos (California, Egyptian, born 1946) NAME: Nude MEDIUM: oil on canvas CONDITION: Restretched. Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 36 inches / 60 x 91 cm FRAME SIZE: unframed SIGNATURE: lower left SIMILAR ARTISTS: Stan Farnham, Kathryn Johnson-Feeley, Ronald Story, Antonio Zari, Miguel Gomez, J Hupton, Bernard Locca, Gregg Robinson, Roland Hipkins, Helen Caswell, Allan Arnn, Nylajo Harvey, Betsey Fowler, Andrius Booth, George Fowler, Zel Talbert, Rocky Hawkins, Bettie Haller, Michael C McCullough, Don Ward, Charles Millard, James Richard Blake, Armand Cultrera Montaldo, James Edgar Mitchell CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 117149 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Maher was born on February 23, 1952, in Cairo, Egypt to an Egyptian mother and an Italian father. He began his career as an artist at the age of 13 when he began selling his watercolors to tourists that depicted scenes of daily life amongst the ancient ruins of Egypt. At age 14, he competed in an Egyptian government-sponsored national competition and won Best of Show. This resulted in a commission from the Ministry of Education in Cairo to illustrate high school textbooks. By the age of 15, he had his first one-man show in Cairo and started what would be a life long adventure in the world of fine art. When it was time for him to pursue a college education, his parents urged him to study law or medicine because they wanted their son to be a professional. Instead he chose architecture, since it was the closest thing to art, and still acceptable to his parents. It was during his college years that he nurtured his love of music and learned to play the saxophone. He concluded his formal education in 1968, by obtaining a degree in both Architecture and Fine Art.After finishing college, Morcos played his saxophone professionally for four years in the nightclubs of Cairo. He then left Egypt to play with a jazz band in Sudan. From there he ventured to Chicago where first began to sell his work through established galleries such Circle Gallery and Arts International Gallery.By 1971, he was ready for another adventure so he traveled to Paris to study fashion design. He eventually left Paris for the South of France where he drew with pastels on the sidewalks of Nice and collected money in a hat from tourists. Shortly after his adventure in France, Maher returned to the United States in an effort to expand his exposure through more galleries. But by 1974 he was again ready to travel, and he journeyed to Rio de Janeiro where he spent a year taking in the local scenery and carving out a living drawing on sidewalks once again.Finally, in 1975, Maher decided that it was time to take his career in art more seriously and he returned to Chicago to focus on his passion for American western art. His success in the field of western art was no small accomplishment. Due to his Egyptian heritage, many art experts and collectors were biased about his ability to truly capture the essence of the American West. His determination to prove himself and overcome the prejudice required him to be a far better artist than most American artists. With lots of determination and talent he accomplished this goal, and surprised the critics, by winning many medals and honors in prestigious western art shows such as the Charles Russell show and the George Phippen show. He was also invited to become a member of many prestigious Western organizations including Western Heritage and the Western Artists of America.Morcos has been widely published; won innumerable awards, and is represented in the finest corporate and private collections throughout the world. He has clearly earned his position amongst the worlds most accomplished artists regardless of the subject matter. He continues to explore new worlds through his extensive travels and produce visual images that have a way of captivating his audience and winning their respect.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • "Face of the Scout" by Maher Morcos
        Jan. 02, 2021

        "Face of the Scout" by Maher Morcos

        Est: $1,200 - $1,800

        Bronze sculpture on a wood base, created in 1982, limited edition of 28 pieces. [20" H x 28" W x 16" D].

        Roland Auctions NY
      • Maher Naguib Morcos (b.1946) Oil On Canvas
        Nov. 28, 2020

        Maher Naguib Morcos (b.1946) Oil On Canvas

        Est: -

        " The Brave" In Good Condition. Frame Measures Approximately Measures Approximately 36in X 22in. Art Measures Approximately 30in X 14in. 769 Zh

        EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
      • MAHER MORCOS (American b. 1946) A PAINTING, "Chief,"
        Nov. 14, 2020

        MAHER MORCOS (American b. 1946) A PAINTING, "Chief,"

        Est: $300 - $500

        MAHER MORCOS (American b. 1946) A PAINTING, "Chief," oil on canvas, signed L/R. 36" x 24"

        Houston Auction Company
      • Maher Morcos Signed Numbered Print 122/200
        Dec. 07, 2019

        Maher Morcos Signed Numbered Print 122/200

        Est: $50 - $75

        Original print on paper. Signed and numbered in lower margin by artist in pencil. Approx. image size 21.25 in W X 13.25 in H . Framed.æ

        Hughes Auctions
      • Maher Morcos (American, 20th C) Signed Lithograph AP
        Sep. 28, 2019

        Maher Morcos (American, 20th C) Signed Lithograph AP

        Est: $40 - $50

        Titled "Nude I." Lithograph on paper. Visible approx. 27 in x 15.25 in. Frame approx. 35.25 x 25.25. Includes Certificate of Authenticity. Ê

        Hughes Auctions
      • Maher Morcos Signed & Numbered Lithograph
        Aug. 31, 2019

        Maher Morcos Signed & Numbered Lithograph

        Est: -

        Titled, 'Indian 2'. #1 Of 200. Pencil Signed In The Lower Right. Good Overall Used Condition. Frame Measures Approximately 35in X 27in. Print Measures Approximately 22in X 15in. Bh14156

        EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
      • Maher Morcos Signed & Numbered Lithograph
        Aug. 31, 2019

        Maher Morcos Signed & Numbered Lithograph

        Est: -

        #56 Of 250. Pencil Signed In The Lower Right Corner. Good Overall Used Condition. Frame Measures Approximately 28in X 34.25in. Print Measures Approximately 18in X 25in. Bh14156

        EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
      • Maher Morcos (American, b. 1946) Woman in Car, Serigraph,
        Aug. 28, 2019

        Maher Morcos (American, b. 1946) Woman in Car, Serigraph,

        Est: $80 - $120

        Maher Morcos (American, b. 1946) Woman in Car, Serigraph, Signed lower right and numbered 3/200 lower left in pencil. H: 54 3/8 W: 42 3/8 in.

        Gray's Auctioneers
      • Native American original painting by Maher Morcos
        Jul. 11, 2019

        Native American original painting by Maher Morcos

        Est: -

        Wood framed original Native American portrait painting - signed lower right - Maher Morcos

        New Braunfels Auction Co., LLC
      • MAHER MORCOS BRONZE "FATE OF THE SCOUT"
        Jun. 30, 2019

        MAHER MORCOS BRONZE "FATE OF THE SCOUT"

        Est: $1,500 - $2,000

        MAHER MORCOS BRONZE "FATE OF THE SCOUT" 19"H 20"L

        THOS. CORNELL GALLERIES, LTD.
      • Maher Morcos Signed Numbered Print 122/200
        Jun. 22, 2019

        Maher Morcos Signed Numbered Print 122/200

        Est: $25 - $50

        Original print on paper. Signed and numbered in lower margin by artist in pencil. Approx. image size 21.25 in W X 13.25 in H . Framed.Ê

        Hughes Auctions
      • Maher Morcos Signed Numbered Print 122/200
        May. 04, 2019

        Maher Morcos Signed Numbered Print 122/200

        Est: $50 - $75

        Original print on paper. Framed. Approx. image size 13.25 in x 21.25 in. Signed and numbered in lower margin by artist in pencil.Ê

        Hughes Auctions
      • Maher Morcos, Pencil Signed Numbered Western Lithograph
        Apr. 29, 2019

        Maher Morcos, Pencil Signed Numbered Western Lithograph

        Est: $50 - $500

        Maher Morcos, Pencil Signed Numbered Western Lithograph. #120 / 500; original framing. Size: 50 x 32 outside of frame

        Donny Malone Auctions
      • Maher Morcos (b.1946) Oil On Canvas
        Sep. 01, 2018

        Maher Morcos (b.1946) Oil On Canvas

        Est: -

        Signed In Lower Right. Listed Artist. Some Dents In The Canvas. Frame Measures Approximately 43.5” X 43.5” And Canvas Measures Approximately 36” X 36”. Tm4922

        EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
      • Maher Morcos (b.1946) Oil On Canvas
        Sep. 01, 2018

        Maher Morcos (b.1946) Oil On Canvas

        Est: -

        ‘ The Brave’. Signed In Lower Right. Listed Artist. In Good Condition. Frame Measures Approximately 36.5” X 21.5” And Canvas Measures Approximately 30” X 15”. Tm4922

        EJ'S Auction & Appraisal
      • Maher Morcos "Behold the Intruders" Print
        Jun. 03, 2018

        Maher Morcos "Behold the Intruders" Print

        Est: -

        This piece is in good condition. It is matted and framed under glass. Includes COA. Artist: Maher Morcos Title: "Behold the Intruders"Medium: Print Year or Era: 20th Century Signature Type: Pencil Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Edition Number: 100/500Approx. Measurement: 30" x 47" x 2" Site Measurements: 18" x 35" Approx. Ship Weight: 10lbs Keywords: Art; Ref: SH60098

        J Levine Auction & Appraisal LLC
      • Maher Morcos "Indian II" Lithograph
        Jun. 03, 2018

        Maher Morcos "Indian II" Lithograph

        Est: -

        This piece is in good condition. It is matted and framed under glass. Artist: Maher Morcos Title: "Indian II"Medium: Lithograph Year or Era: 20th Century Signature Type: Pencil Signed Signature Location: Lower Right Edition Number: 97/200Approx. Measurement: 31" x 24" x 1" Site Measurements: 20" x 13" Approx. Ship Weight: 5lbs. Keywords: Art; Ref: SH60098

        J Levine Auction & Appraisal LLC
      • Maher Naguib Morcos, (Egyptian/American, b. 1946), "Fate of the Scout", 1982, patinated bronze, overall h. 20", w. 27-1/2", d. 14-1/...
        May. 20, 2018

        Maher Naguib Morcos, (Egyptian/American, b. 1946), "Fate of the Scout", 1982, patinated bronze, overall h. 20", w. 27-1/2", d. 14-1/...

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        Maher Naguib Morcos (Egyptian/American, b. 1946) "Fate of the Scout", 1982 patinated bronze cast signature, copyright-marked, dated, and numbered "7/28" on edge of self-base, on a carved wood plinth. overall h. 20", w. 27-1/2", d. 14-1/2"

        New Orleans Auction Galleries
      • Maher Morcos, b. 1946, Father & Son, O/C
        Apr. 21, 2018

        Maher Morcos, b. 1946, Father & Son, O/C

        Est: $250 - $450

        Maher Morcos, b. Egypt, 1946, act, California., Father & Son, oil on canvas. signed lower right, an earlier work by the artist. (JSTUN4005)(TC)

        Litchfield Auctions
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