Drawing of a camel with bedouins in the desert.
No place, 1803.
Pencil drawing, 175 x 104 mm on an oblong sheet of laid paper (200 x 132 mm, no watermark discernible).
Fine drawing of a pack camel in the desert, accompanied bedouins and an Arab horseman. Signed and dated by the artist, Barthel, who is possibly a member of the large family of Leipzig-based goldsmiths active around the late 18th and early 19th century.
Old vertical fold, otherwise perfect.