Jamil Molaeb was born in Lebanon in 1948. He studied in the US and has a Master’s Degree from Pratt institute, New York. He also earned a PhD in Art Education from the University of Ohio. Molaeb’s paintings and woodcuts largely explore his native Lebanon. His love of the sea is reflected in his vibrant blue coastal views, while his mountain and village landscapes celebrate nature in all its diversity. His recent works are influenced by Egyptian hieroglyphs and characterised by repetitive miniatures evocative of Lebanese traditions.
Since 1966, he has held solo and group exhibitions in Lebanon, Algeria, and Brooklyn-New York. He has regularly exhibited with the Galerie Janine Rubeiz in a number of Art Fairs in Geneva, Strasbourg, Abu Dhabi Art and Art Dubai. Molaeb’s work has been sold in many international auctions. He has the sculpture award from the Sursock Museum from the 1960s.
- - 2017 in Galerie Janine Rubeiz / Beirut / Lebanon
- Rebirth - 2011 in Beirut Exhibition Center / Beirut / Lebanon
- Brushes for feathers - 2006 in Sursock Museum / Beirut / Lebanon
- The World Bank - in Washington DC / USA
- Sursock Museum - 2019 in Beirut / Lebanon