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Hussein MADI
Hussein MADI

Untitled

Giclee  11/11

50x56.5 cm

2013

no.42

Hussein MADI

Untitled

Giclee 11/11

50x56.5 cm

2013

no.41

Hussein MADI

Untitled

Sanguine

30x42 cm

2008

no.36

Hussein MADI

Untitled

Acrylic on paper

50x60 cm

2015

no.28

Hussein MADI

Untitled

Acrylic on paper

50x60 cm

2015

no.25

Hussein MADI

Untitled

Acrylic on paper

50x60 cm

2015

no.24

Hussein MADI

Untitled

Acrylic & pastel on paper

65x50 cm

2014

no.20

Hussein MADI

Untitled

Acrylic on paper

50x60 cm

2015

no.16

Hussein MADI

Untitled

Giclée print 4/15

80x80 cm

2009

Hussein MADI

Untitled

Wrought iron

30x14x12 cm

2011

Hussein MADI

Untitled

Wrought iron  2/10

23x34x10 cm

2011

 

Hussein MADI

Untitled

Pastel

70x30 cm

2011

HM145

Hussein MADI

Untitled

Pastel

50x70 cm

2011

HM136

Hussein MADI

Untitled

Pastel

65x30 cm

2011

HM134

Hussein MADI

Untitled

Pastel

35x70 cm

2011

HM127

Hussein MADI

Untitled

Pastel

35x40 cm

2011

HM25

Hussein MADI

Untitled

Pastel

50x70 cm

2011

HM118

Hussein MADI

Untitled
Giclée print
22 x 20 cm
2008

Ref.madi-3

Hussein MADI

Giclée print 15/20

55x55 cm

2012

HM3.5
 
 

Hussein MADI

Giclée print 15/20

55x55 cm

2012

HM3.4

 

Hussein MADI

Lithograph 23/50

50x95 cm

2003

HM3.1

Born in 1938 in Chabaa, Lebanon. Hussein Madi studied painting at the Lebanese Academy of Fine Arts (ALBA) in Beirut and at the Accademia di Belle Arti and the Accademia San Giacomo in Rome, where he resided for twenty-two years. In 1987, he returned to live permanently in Lebanon. Since 1965, Madi has held more than fifty solo exhibitions in Lebanon and internationally. In themselves, the exhibitions have affirmed Madi's outstanding talents as a painter, sculptor, printmaker and designer.

 

"Madi selects his images with intent. He is a superb draftsman, possessing an eye acutely sensitive to the linear definition of form. When he draws the nude, his crayon or pen intimately follows each curve of the body, each languorous protrusion of limb, with an astonishing purity of expression.

  Seated or reclining in quiet repose, these females are totally real and familiar to us in body, temperament and spirit. They are not figments of a naïve imagination. Stored in the memory of Madi's eye and hand is a mature understanding of the human form gleaned from countless hours spent, over years, of drawing and painting directly from live models."

 

Helen Khal

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