They resemble the Nile in its generosity and generosity - This is how the Sheikh of the Egyptian historians, Taqi al-Maqrizi, described the people of Nubia who are distinguished by their generosity, joy, and kindness, and all these characteristics appear in their distinctive joys, which radiate joy in all its rituals and stages. They are the most Egyptians eager to enjoy joy and innovation Special devotions drawn from their upbringing on the banks of the Nile between extended greenery and enchanting deserts.
Once the groom is approved, the celebrations extend for seven days, and each day has a name such as harvesting wheat, preparing the house, and so on that the people of the bride live beautiful days together filled with love and bonding.
The day of preparing sweets from cakes and biscuits is one of the important days in the life of the newlyweds family, a few days before the wedding day, and the whole village people gather to prepare sweets for the newlyweds while listening to beautiful Nubian songs with its simple music.
With his artistic feathers, Arafat embodies the joys of family Nubia, where men wear the simple and pure white Nubian costume that Nubians have not abandoned since their inception, not to mention simple musical instruments such as the harp and the tambourine. The artistic embodiment of Arafat's paintings shows the predominant green color in the paintings of the original Egyptian Nubia, which is considered the gateway to the Nile to the ancient Egyptian state.
- Size: 3 units of 60 cms X 30 cms each
- Paint: Acrylic on Canvas
- Authentication: By Egyptian Ministry of Justice
- Signature: By Arafaat (Magdy El-Banna)
- Packaging: Ships stretched on wooden frame
- Origin: Egypt
- Shipping: Free shipping is included worldwide
- Export Tax: Included in pricing
- VAT: Included in pricing unless sold in Egypt
- Created on: 2020
- Artist: Magdy El-Banna "Arafaat" 1953 -
- Provenance: Private collection of Magdy El-Banna "Arafaat"
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