Here are images of a souvenir sheet and the six stamps included within it depicting paintings by Ivan Aguéli (born John Gustaf Agelii, 1869-1917) who, after his conversion to Islam, was a Swedish wandering Sufi, painter and author whose art was a unique form of miniature Post-Impressionism in which he blended color to create a sense of depth and distance, making him one of the founders of the Swedish contemporary art movement, printed by lithography (Thomas De La Rue & Co., Ltd.), and issued by Sweden on June 6, 1969 to commemorate the artist's birth centenary, Scott Nos. 821 and 821a.-f., Facit Nos. 657-662.
Egyptian Girl (c. 1915).
View of Stockholm (c. 1895).
Landscape of Gotland (1891).
Road Landscape (c. 1915).Nature morte
Egyptian House (c. 1915).