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Lebanese Flag - Limited Edition Arabic Calligraphy Print Drawing

Everitte Barbee


Drawing, Ink on Paper

Size: 25.2 W x 17.3 H x 0.1 D in

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Limited edition print of original Arabic calligraphy no 31 of 50. The entire Lebanese national anthem "Kulluna Lil-Watan" (All of Us for the Country) is written in the Jali Diwani Arabic calligraphy script to form the red stripes and cedar tree of the Lebanese national flag.The full English translation reads as follows: (written in the top stripe) All of us! For our Country, for our Glory and Flag! Our valor and our writings are the envy of the ages. Our mountain and our valley, they bring forth stalwart men. And to Perfection we devote our words and labor. All of us! For our Country, for our Glory and Flag! All of us! For our Country (written in the cedar tree) Our Elders and our children, they await our Country's call, And on the Day of Crisis they are as Lions of the Jungle. The heart of our East is ever Lebanon, May God preserve him until the end of time. All of us! For our Country, for our Glory and Flag! All of us! For our Country (written in the lower stripe) The Gems of the East are his land and sea. Throughout the world his good deeds flow from pole to pole. And his name is his glory since time began. The cedars are his pride, his immortality's symbol. All of us! For our Country, for our Glory and Flag! All of us! For our Country The number on the certificate may vary from the title.

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Drawing:Ink on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:25.2 W x 17.3 H x 0.1 D in

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Born 1988 in Nashville, Tennessee Currently working from my atelier in Beirut, Lebanon since 2011, I continue to pursue my education and understanding of Islamic Art and calligraphy. Working in the Diwani, Diwani Jali and square Kufic scripts, I use the words to create illustrations ranging from portraits to geometric abstract constructions. The work celebrates Middle Eastern and Islamic culture in addition to focusing on human rights in the post colonial era, with an emphasis on American and western foreign policy. With few calligraphers who use their words to illustrate rather than write, my greatest inspiration comes from Jila Peacock, and Hassan Musa. My aim is to eventually achieve the flawless legibility of Peacock's work while also grasping the visual accuracy with which Hassan Musa illegibly creates his animals and figures, using shapes and strokes inspired by calligraphy. As nearly all of the original work has been sold. I'm primarily selling limited edition facsimile giclee prints, on Saatchi, particularly only those in which at least half of the edition has already been sold.

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