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IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
29 March - 12 May 2010

Untitled

Mixed media on hand-made paper

125x78cm

2007

IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
29 March - 12 May 2010

Untitled

Mixed media on hand-made paper

110x85 cm

2008

IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
29 March - 12 May 2010

Untitled

Mixed media on hand-made paper

95x64 cm

2008

IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
29 March - 12 May 2010

Untitled

Mixed media on hand-made paper

95x64 cm

2008

IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
29 March - 12 May 2010

Untitled

Mixed media on hand-made paper

95x63 cm

2009

IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
29 March - 12 May 2010

Untitled

Mixed media on hand-made paper

94x64 cm

2009

IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
29 March - 12 May 2010

Untitled

Mixed media on hand-made paper

94x64 cm

2009

IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
29 March - 12 May 2010

Untitled

Mixed media on hand-made paper

94x64 cm

2007

IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
29 March - 12 May 2010

Untitled

Mixed media on hand-made paper

120x85 cm

2007

IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
29 March - 12 May 2010

Untitled

Mixed media on hand-made paper

94x63 cm

2010

 

IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
29 March - 12 May 2010

Untitled

Mixed media on hand-made paper

94x63 cm

2010

IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
29 March - 12 May 2010

Untitled

Mixed media on hand-made paper

94x63 cm

2009

H37

IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
29 March - 12 May 2010

Untitled

Mixed media on hand-made paper

94x64 cm

2010

H34

IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
29 March - 12 May 2010

Untitled
Mixed media on hand-made paper
119 x 90 cm
2010
 

IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
29 March - 12 May 2010

Untitled
Mixed media on hand-made paper
94 x 64 cm
2007
 

IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
29 March - 12 May 2010

Untitled
Mixed media on hand-made paper
119 x 90 cm
2009

IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
29 March - 12 May 2010

Untitled
Drawing
50 x 35 cm
1962

IN THE FOREST OF LOVE
29 March - 12 May 2010

Untitled
Mixed media on paper
60 x 45 cm
1958

 

Private Collectio

Nabad features a new collection of paintings and art books by Paris-based Iraqi artist Himat, with a number of works by his late mentor, one of Iraq's most influential painters, Shaker Hassan Al Said (1925-2004). Himat's brilliantly coloured motifs evoke untamed nature and the richness of oriental textiles, while his use of stylized letters and symbols create a dynamic movement within the artwork.

Shaker Hassan's spiritual, Sufi-inspired work balances between the Arab and western artistic traditions. To Al Said, contemplative art was a form of worship that helped him become one with the universe. Story of the Unseen in Painting, a book on Himat's work in parallel with Shaker Hassan's, will be launched during the period of the exhibition. 

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