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Salma by Sliman Mansour
Salma (1980) 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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- $30 flat fee for local delivery within Ramallah and Dubai (3-5 days)
- $95 flat fee for international shipping (7-10 days)
- Ships unframed
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Sliman Mansour‘s exquisite artwork from 1980, titled Salma, captures a Palestinian woman adorned in her traditional costume. The artwork portrays the woman gracefully carrying a basket filled with oranges. Through skillful brushstrokes, Mansour breathes life into the scene, imbuing it with a sense of warmth and cultural richness.
Salma is a tribute to the strength, resilience, and beauty of Palestinian women, showcasing their integral role in preserving traditions and nourishing their communities. The woman’s gentle yet determined expression speaks of her connection to the land and her unwavering spirit in the face of adversity.
The painting’s vivid colors and meticulous attention to detail transport viewers to the heart of Palestine, where the aroma of citrus fills the air, and the colors of nature blend harmoniously with the tapestry of cultural heritage. Mansour’s artistry enables us to connect with the woman’s story, inviting us to contemplate the significance of heritage, identity, and the enduring spirit of the Palestinian people. ‘Salma’ stands as a timeless testament to the power of art in preserving cultural narratives and fostering empathy across borders.
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