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The Daughter of Jerusalem by Sliman Mansour
The Daughter of Jerusalem (1978) by Sliman Mansour
70 x 54 cm
Aqueous print on archival Canson rag paper, 240 g
Limited to 100 editions (+AP), hand-signed by the artist
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The Daughter of Jerusalem
Sliman Mansour‘s painting from 1978, titled ‘The Daughter of Jerusalem,’ is a striking and deeply symbolic portrayal of Palestinian identity and the profound connection to the cherished city of Jerusalem. In this artwork, a Palestinian woman stands adorned in her traditional costume, her demeanor exuding grace and strength.
What makes this artwork particularly symbolic is the cityscape of Jerusalem delicately balanced atop the woman’s head. The artist’s intricate attention to detail brings the essence of the city to life, with its iconic landmarks and historical architecture depicted with reverence and precision.
The Daughter of Jerusalem is a powerful representation of the Palestinian people’s unwavering devotion to their homeland and their profound sense of cultural pride. The woman’s calm and resolute expression reflects her embodiment of Jerusalem’s spirit a city that holds a significant place in the hearts of many, a city of dreams, heritage, and spirituality.
Through this poignant imagery, Mansour captures the connection between people and place, as the woman carries the weight of her beloved city with unwavering dignity. The artwork becomes a testament to the enduring spirit of the Palestinian people, who, despite adversity, remain steadfast in their love for their ancestral land and the eternal city of Jerusalem.
The Daughter of Jerusalem serves as a timeless and powerful tribute to the resilience and cultural richness of the Palestinian heritage a celebration of identity and a reminder of the lasting significance of a place that holds both historical and spiritual importance.
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