New Rare Authentic 1980s Hand painted papyrus by Egyptian artist Adel Ghabour For Sale
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New Rare Authentic 1980s Hand painted papyrus by Egyptian artist Adel Ghabour:
Brand New large sized hand painted papyrus of the Pharanoic Karnak Temple in Luxor, Egypt. Painted in 1980’s with rare dimensions (190 cm*93 cm). The Karnak Temple is the largest religious building ever. Construction at Karnak started 4,000 years ago and continued up until the time the Romans about 2,000 years ago. It is imported from Egypt. It is painted and signed by the famous artist Adel Ghabour.
Adel Ghabour is an Egyptian fine artist who has opened an art exhibition in Wellington’s central library in Wellington, New Zealand’s capital in January 2019. The ceremony of the exhibition opening was presented by Tarek EL Wasimy; the Egyptian Ambassador in New Zealand and was entitled “Egypt Over Ages”. A number of ambassadors, diplomats, representatives of various New Zealand ministries, academics, members of the community and men and women of New Zealand society participated in the ceremony held by the Embassy on the occasion of the opening of the Art Exhibition.
This painting is for those who are interested in the Egyptian pharaonic history and looking for a genuine piece of art that is suitable for art galleries, homes, mansions, villa entrances and also conferences rooms in large companies. The colors of the painting are very clear showing each and every detail found in real temple.
The painting will be shipped by USPS once payment is received.