Tahia Halim

(Egyptian, b. 1919, d. 2003) was born in Sudan and raised primarily inside the Royal Palace of Cairo as her father was the laureate of King Fuad I of Egypt.

Tahia Halim was one of the pioneers of the Modern Expressive Movement in Egyptian Art in the 1960s. Her signature is capturing the Egyptian spirit in her work.

The subject matter of her work comprises of Nubian culture, the Nile, boats, and the popular and national subjects for which she has been granted several honorary awards in Egypt and abroad. In 1945, she left for Paris to join Julian Academy. Upon her return home, she taught in her private studio, near Tahrir Square. In 2015, Google dedicated a Doodle to the award-winning artist for the 96th anniversary of her birth displayed over the region.

She has participated in local and international shows as a solo artist in countries like Sweden, Italy, Brazil, UAE, and Iran.

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Tahia Halim

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(Egyptian, b. 1919, d. 2003) was born in Sudan and raised primarily inside the Royal Palace of Cairo as her father was the laureate of King Fuad I of Egypt.

Tahia Halim was one of the pioneers of the Modern Expressive Movement in Egyptian Art in the 1960s. Her signature is capturing the Egyptian spirit in her work.

The subject matter of her work comprises of Nubian culture, the Nile, boats, and the popular and national subjects for which she has been granted several honorary awards in Egypt and abroad. In 1945, she left for Paris to join Julian Academy. Upon her return home, she taught in her private studio, near Tahrir Square. In 2015, Google dedicated a Doodle to the award-winning artist for the 96th anniversary of her birth displayed over the region.

She has participated in local and international shows as a solo artist in countries like Sweden, Italy, Brazil, UAE, and Iran.

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Tahia Halim
Unknown name
39,062$
Tahia Halim