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GALLERIES OF PHOTOGRAPHS, Robert Freson, Part Two

 

Robert Freson's 1963 Photographs of Paul and Jane Bowles in Asilah

and the artist Ahmed Yacoubi in Tangier

 

All photographs are Copyright © 1963 by Robert Freson and may not be copied, used, altered or reproduced without his advance written permission.

 

Paul and Jane Bowles in Asilah, Morocco, 1963

Paul Bowles with his wife Jane, Asilah, Morocco, 1963. Very few photographs actually exist of Paul and Jane Bowles together, and this is one of several taken by Robert Freson. Paul Bowles rented a house in the Medina of Asilah, directly on the ocean, and Jane visited him there regularly, often bringing baskets of food from Tangier.

(Photograph Copyright © 1963, by Robert Freson; copying, use, alteration and reproduction is strictly prohibited.)

 

Paul Bowles, Asilah, 1963
Paul Bowles in Asilah, Morocco, 1963.

(Photograph Copyright © 1963, by Robert Freson; use, copying, alteration and reproduction is strictly prohibited).

 

Ahmed Yacoubi, Tangier, 1963
The artist Ahmed Yacoubi, Tangier, 1963.

(Photograph © 1963, by Robert Freson; use, copying, alteration and reproduction is strictly prohibited)

Ahmed Yacoubi: biography

 

Jane Bowles in Asilah, 1963
Jane Bowles in Asilah, Morocco, 1963.

(Photograph Copyright © 1963, by Robert Freson; copying, alteration and use is strictly prohibited).

 

All photographs are Copyright © 1963 by Robert Freson and may not be copied, used, altered or reproduced without his advance written permission.

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