Orange Fields by Sliman Mansour

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Orange Fields (2014) by Sliman Mansour
70 x 98 cm
Aqueous print on archival Canson rag paper, 240 g
Limited to 25 editions (+AP), hand-signed by the artist

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Orange Fields
Sliman Mansour

In Sliman Mansour‘s mesmerizing painting titled Orange Fields, a beautiful scene unfolds, capturing the beauty and strength of Palestinian community and culture. The artwork depicts two women, likely sisters, supporting each other as they carry a large basket full with oranges. Their connection and collaboration symbolize the unity and solidarity found among Palestinians.

As the women traverse the orange fields, the sea of occupied Yaffa stretches out behind them, adding a touch of serenity and history to the landscape. The sea’s presence reminds us of the enduring ties between Palestinians and their coastal heritage.

The sides of the painting are adorned with rows of orange trees, accompanied by a multitude of people diligently harvesting the fruits. It is a celebration of the vitality of Palestinian land and the collective effort invested in cultivating it.

Mansour’s colors and brushwork imbues the painting with a sense of vibrancy and life. The warm hues of the oranges contrast beautifully with the deep blue of the sea and the lush greenery of the orange groves.

Orange Fields becomes a testament to the resilience and beauty found in everyday life, as well as the deep-rooted connection between the Palestinian people and their land. The painting encapsulates the spirit of togetherness and the harmony that comes from working in harmony with nature and one another.

Through this artwork, Sliman Mansour captures the soul of the Palestinian experience an ode to unity, strength, and the profound relationship with the land that sustains them. Orange Fields is a celebration of the beauty found in shared moments and a reminder of the collective power that emerges when communities come together to cultivate hope and abundance despite occupation.

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Dimensions 60 × 41.5 cm