Symbol of Hope by Sliman Mansour

$ 750.00

Symbol of Hope by Sliman Mansour
52 x 41.5 cm
Aqueous print on archival Canson rag paper, 240 g
Limited to 75 editions (+AP), hand-signed by the artist

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Symbol of Hope
Sliman Mansour

Symbol of Hope by Sliman Mansour is a poignant and uplifting depiction of the Palestinian spirit, resilience, and longing for peace in a land marred by conflict. The painting portrays a Palestinian mother surrounded by her small children in the tranquil setting of their village. Together, they gaze up at the sky, where a beautiful white dove soars gracefully, clutching an olive branch in its mouth, symbolizing the universal hope for peace.

Mansour’s choice of including the olive branch in the dove’s mouth holds profound significance. The olive branch has long been recognized as an emblem of peace, and its presence in the artwork reinforces the message of hope for a peaceful resolution to the ongoing conflict.

The village setting in the painting not only highlights the deep connection of the Palestinian people to their land but also signifies the desire for peace to prevail within their own communities. The tranquil and serene ambiance serves as a poignant contrast to the harsh realities of the outside world.

Symbol of Hope by Sliman Mansour captures the longing for peace shared by countless Palestinian families. Through this artwork, Mansour conveys a powerful message of optimism, showing that despite the challenges and hardships faced, the Palestinian people continue to seek a future where peace and harmony can take flight like the white dove in the sky.

In a world often overshadowed by conflict, Symbol of Hope stands as a testament to the enduring human spirit, reminding viewers of the unwavering desire for peace and the dream of a brighter tomorrow. Through this evocative and touching artwork, Sliman Mansour inspires us all to strive for a world where hope and peace prevail, no matter the circumstances.

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Dimensions 60 × 41.5 cm