Friday, April 21, 2006

Iraqi Art

Painted by the Iraqi artist Mahood Ahmed and his wife Wasma Al-Agha










10 Comments:

Blogger Mone said...

Hi, those pictures are really colorfull, great work...

4:05 PM  
Blogger folan el folany said...

ستشرق مرة اخرى شمس بغداد

8:24 PM  
Anonymous Yatch said...

Hello, I have a painting of Wasma Al-Agha, you can see;
http://npopeaceon.org/lantoiraq/contents/wasma/wasma1.html
I am a Japanse but I offen want to Iraq and have many friends in Baghdad. Now I am a director of a NGO which sopport Iraqi handicapped children and we are introducing Iraqi Art to Japan. I hope to see you sameday.

9:53 AM  
Blogger Nabonidus said...

I love these paintings! The colors and a feeling of being free comes across in them :)

11:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Really great art! Excellent artist!

5:53 AM  
Blogger @tone said...

I wish I could have one of these paintings. I'm so glad that I dropped in to this blog, I really enjoyed to visit you!

3:22 AM  
Blogger Pao said...

Hi, Thanks for the images on Iraqui Art! We have much to learn from them :)

Salaams from Buenos Aires, Argentina,

Paola

PaolaRaffetta.com.ar

8:30 PM  
Blogger Mr. Natural said...

Thank you for sharing these beautiful paintings with us. From what I read, Iraq has a very rich history of art. May it shine!

Some of my art can be found at http://informiorium.blogspot.com

6:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this is my parents painting ..thank you
www.iraq-fine-art.blogspot.com

4:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi from Israel
There are many Jews living here with Iraqi background. My husband is born in Israel, but both his parents came from Baghdad. We love the Iraqi culture! I cook Iraqi food and my kids speak Arabic. I recorded all my mother in laws stories and memoirs.
Thanks you for showing the beautiful pictures.Please show street pictures from all areas of Baghdad.So my sons can see where their grandparents grew up. There are many people who think back on their childhood's Baghdad and wish they could see it once more. Keep up the good work, You have many peoples admiration and appreciation for sharing Your fine work! Greetings from Susanne.

11:06 AM  

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