Yaffa by Sliman Mansour

$ 750.00

Yaffa (1979) by Sliman Mansour
57 x 48 cm
Aqueous print on archival Canson rag paper, 240 g
Limited to 50 editions (+AP), hand-signed by the artist

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Yaffa
Sliman Mansour

In Sliman Mansour’s work titled Yaffa, a beautiful and vibrant scene unfolds, showcasing the beauty of Palestinian culture and the togetherness of a community engaged in a common task. At the center of the artwork stands a Palestinian woman dressed in her traditional costume, her back adorned with a large basket brimming with oranges.

Her strong and determined posture symbolizes the resilience of Palestinian women, who have played a vital role in nurturing their communities and preserving their cultural heritage. Behind her, a group of women is seen picking oranges from a vast and abundant orange field.

This imagery not only celebrates the bountiful harvest but also emphasizes the collective effort and cooperation that defines the essence of Palestinian life. Mansour’s skilled brushwork adds vibrancy to the scene, capturing the vivid colors of the oranges and the rich hues of the surrounding landscape.

Yaffa pays homage to the connection between people and the land, highlighting the significance of agriculture and its role in sustaining communities. The painting becomes a testament to the enduring spirit of the Palestinian people, who find strength and unity in their shared traditions and values.

Through this artwork, Sliman Mansour invites us to appreciate the beauty of everyday life and the deep-rooted cultural ties that bind individuals together. Yaffa stands as a tribute to the women of Palestine, their resilience, and the integral role they play in preserving their heritage and fostering a sense of community and belonging amidst the orange-scented fields.

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