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Working at the old the city of Nazareth
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Working at the old the city of Nazareth Drawing

Elias Akleh

Israel

Drawing, Chalk on Paper

Size: 29.5 W x 22 H x 1.2 D in

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"once upon a time, there was a village. it's the same village of sharp consciousness . In this village, the priest, the carpenter and the teacher lived side by side in perfect harmony. telling stories from life. such as the snake and a fox and a ferret.. In the series "Paintings from Memory", the artist displays paintings that were inspired by social life, urban landscapes and figures from ancient Nazareth. Medium: charcoal and pencil on paper

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Drawing:Chalk on Paper

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Size:29.5 W x 22 H x 1.2 D in

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an Impressionist artist born and live in Nazareth city. studied fine arts in Nazareth art college. my first solo exhibition was exposed in 2011 in Nazareth cultural center. since then i had participate in other exhibitions jointly independent artists and foundations. i also a member of “artists with no borders” foundation and the international cultural union.

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