M-ELMASRY -30
2020
oil on canvas
70 x 70 cm
signed
Stretched

2,000 $

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Beirut, Lebanon
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ABOUT Mohamed El Masry
Mohamed El Masry, visual artist, and photographer, was born in 1978, in Giza, Egypt. He obtained a Diploma in painting and photography in 2006, a Bachelor of Arts in Art Education in 2003, from Helwan University; he works and lives in Cairo. For a long time, EL Masry’s works were based on oil painting as an “experiment” whose background is...
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