Arabic art

Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Arabic art. Explore stunning designs and intricate patterns that will inspire your creative journey. Uncover the rich heritage and cultural significance of Arabic art today.
Quint uchholz Tutt Art Fantasy Art, Artists, Portrait, Fantasy Forest, Fantasy, Aslan, Resim, Artist, Fotografia

Quint Buchholz was born in Stolberg near Aachen and grew up in Stuttgart. He studied history of art for four terms, followed by painting and graphic design at the Munich Academy of Art under Prof. Gerd Winner. He has worked as a painter and illustrator since 1979, illustrating over fourty books for German and international publishers. From 1982 onwards his works have also been exhibited in over seventy solo exhibitions in Germany, Switzerland, France, Italy, Spain, Greece and Taiwan.

Fabio Fabbi ~ Orientalist painter ~ Tutt'Art@ | Pittura * Scultura * Poesia * Musica | Oriental, Italian Artist, Classical Art, Art Gallery, Middle Eastern Art, Donna, Fine Art, Eastern Art, Academic Art

Fabio Fabbi one of the most famous and commercially successful Italian artists of the Orientalists. Fabio Fabbi was born in Bologna, Italy in 1861. As a young man, he enrolled at the Academia Di Belle Art in Florence and studied sculpture and painting in the 1880s, winning prizes in both categories.

Ashraf T Hashem
Croquis, Album Art, Toile, Calligraphy Design, Print, Protest Art, Pop Art, Pop Art Design, Graphic Art

The concept here was inspired by Violeta's student from Lebanon, he had a Marlboro cigarette box which had ‘Smoking kills’ written in Arabic as a warning message. Violeta found the American cigarette packet with the Arabic writing to be uncomfortable as it was simultaneously collaborative and contrasting. "This made me think about the amount of money and care invested in health warning for tobacco products, predominately to stop people from dying of cancer and to protect the western world…

Mozah Zaid