Untitled by Sliman Mansour

$ 550.00

Untitled (1984) by Sliman Mansour
58 x 50 cm
Aqueous print on archival Canson rag paper, 240 g
Limited to 50 editions (+AP), hand-signed by the artist

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Untitled: Palestinian Woman and Olive Tree
Sliman Mansour

Palestinian Woman and Olive Tree: In Sliman Mansour‘s work, a powerful and emotive scene unfolds, capturing the deep connection between the woman and her surroundings. The artwork portrays a Palestinian woman embracing an olive tree, her arms wrapped lovingly around its root.

The woman’s expression is one of tenderness and reverence, reflecting the profound relationship between the Palestinian people and the olive tree a symbol of resilience, peace, and cultural heritage.

Mansour’s use of colors and brushwork adds depth and emotion to the scene, evoking a sense of harmony and unity between the woman and the tree. The warm earthy tones of the olive tree blend seamlessly with the woman’s traditional attire, symbolizing their intertwined existence.

The untitled painting becomes a celebration of the timeless bond between humans and nature, as the woman finds solace and strength in the embrace of the olive tree. It conveys a sense of belonging and a recognition of the land’s importance in shaping Palestinian identity.

Through this untitled artwork, Sliman Mansour invites us to appreciate the beauty of the land and the significance of cultural heritage. The untitled painting stands as a tribute to the enduring spirit of the Palestinian people, their deep connection to nature and the land that has sustained them for generations. It is a reminder of the interdependence between humans and the environment, and a celebration of the beauty that arises when individuals embrace the treasures of their past and present despite occupation.

T Nostalgia 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. Winter 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 Nostalgia by Nabil Anani.

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Dimensions 60 × 41.5 cm