Palestinian Folklore by Nabil Anani – Canvas Art Print

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Palestinian Folklore (2020) by Nabil Anani High-quality canvas prints are available in the below dimensions:

Size Centimeters Inches
Original Dimensions 110 x 100 cm 43.3 x 39.3 in
Large 78 x 71 cm 30.7 x 28.0 in
Medium 55 x 50 cm 21.6 x 19.7 in
Small 36 x 33 cm 14.1 x 13.0 in

 

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  • $15 flat fee for local delivery within Ramallah and Dubai (3-5 days)
  • $75 flat fee for international shipping (7-10 days) via DHL
  • Ships unframed
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T Holy Land In Pursuit of Utopia #17 by Nabil Anani was born in Nablus in 1974. He received a BA degree in fine art from Al Najah University in 1998. Although he is a multidisciplinary artist- producing sound and light installations, video and performances- Asad describes himself as a painter first and foremost. Starting as an abstract painter, his work has evolved to focus on Palestinian landscape. He has participated in group exhibitions in Palestine, Europe, Japan, the US and the Arab world. Asad’s works have been shown in three solo exhibitions at a variety of venues including Nablus (1999), Ramallah (2006) and London (2006). Untitled 5 by Rafat Asad Asad was born in Nablus in 1974. In Pursuit of Utopia #17 by Nabil Anani He received a BA degree in fine art from Al Najah University in 1998. Although he is a multidisciplinary artist- producing sound and light installations, video and performances- Asad describes himself as a painter first and foremost. Starting as an abstract painter, his work has evolved to focus on Palestinian landscape. He has participated in group exhibitions in Palestine, Europe, Japan, the US and the Arab world. Asad’s works have been shown in three solo exhibitions at a variety of venues including Nablus (1999), Ramallah (2006) and London (2006).Asad was born in Nablus in 1974. He received a BA degree in fine art from Al Najah University in 1998. Although he is a multidisciplinary artist- producing sound and light installations, video and performances- Asad describes himself as a painter first and foremost. Starting as an abstract painter, his work has evolved to focus on Palestinian landscape. He has participated in group exhibitions in Palestine, Europe, Japan, the US and the Arab world. Asad’s works have been shown in three solo exhibitions at a variety of venues including Nablus (1999), Ramallah (2006) and London (2006). Eternal Holy Land In Pursuit of Utopia #17 by Nabil Anani.

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