Acrylic on canvas
150 x 150 cm
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ABOUT Ghaleb Hawila
Ghaleb Hawila, an Arabic Calligraphy Artist, born in 1992 in Borj el Chemali, Tyre, south of Lebanon. He studied Graphic Design as an undergraduate and then went on to study the classical art of Arabic calligraphy with acclaimed masters.Fascinated by the endless possibilities of this timeless art, Ghaleb seeks to approach it with a new eye. His...— Read more
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It is kindness Lotf, softness Layn and grace Layaka. It depicts tender and idyllic characteristics.
It is a luminous letter, a divine mystery, one of the ten mystic letters of the Quran. It is derived from the word Lateef (kind or gentle) which is one of the names of Allah. It holds many other spiritual connotations. It is the Arabic letter Lam. The Lam, with all its meanings and attributes, is embodied at the center of the painting.
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