Holy Family by Sliman Mansour

$ 750.00

Holy Family (2013) by Sliman Mansour
52 x 42 cm
Aqueous print on archival Canson rag paper, 240 g
Limited to 75 editions (+AP), hand-signed by the artist

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Holy Family by Sliman Mansour

Holy Family by Sliman Mansour is a heartwarming and evocative portrayal of the Palestinian family unit, capturing the significance of cultural identity, love, and connection. The painting showcases a woman dressed in her traditional Palestinian costume, exuding grace and pride in her heritage. She is lovingly embraced by a man, signifying the bonds of family and the strength of their unity.

At the center of the composition, the couple’s child stands adorned in a Palestinian ‘Hatta,’ a symbol of the next generation inheriting and cherishing their cultural roots. The child’s presence represents hope and continuity, carrying forward the traditions and values passed down through generations.

Mansour’s masterful use of colors infuses the artwork with warmth and depth. The dominant orange, yellow, and brown tones evoke the hues of the Palestinian landscape and reflect the rich heritage and history of the region. The colors create an inviting atmosphere, drawing the viewer into the family’s intimate moment.

Through Holy Family, Sliman Mansour celebrates the enduring strength of Palestinian culture, emphasizing the importance of family, love, and tradition in the face of challenging circumstances. The painting serves as a touching tribute to the resilience of the Palestinian people and the bonds that unite them, fostering a sense of pride and belonging to their ancestral land.

Holy Family captures the Palestinian identity and the significance of passing down cultural heritage from one generation to the next, creating a powerful and emotive narrative of love, hope, and belonging.

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Dimensions 60 × 41.5 cm