Arafaat launches #ArtCanHelp for the cause of helping #COVID patients



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"I am very confused about what I want and what I can!" Says Egyptian novelist Naguib Mahfouz, Nobel Prize Laureate for Literature.

The confusion comes from dreams that exceed the current human potentials or his unstable family and social situation, which stains his life and thoughts with hesitation and the difficulty of making appropriate decisions.

Another reason is the extreme love of some people for its own sake and its desire to have everything without losing even a little less, in the forget that one of the characteristics of life is that it is a life of communion among all: it shares its joys and sorrows.

Many reasons may lead all of us to confusion and hesitation, but we should not stop at it and apologize for continuing to live, but every person should be aware of what causes him confusion and hesitation, and begin positive steps towards overcoming these obstacles.

As appearing in most of Arafaat artwork, the influence of Arafat’s brush from the ancient Egyptian faces and the distinctive wine-red skin colors with which many Egyptian statues such as Nefertiti, Cleopatra and Nefertari are known. Arafat tried to embody the size of the wide eye, swollen lips, flat, flat nose, and cheeks with crowned eyebrows raised with a slight bow, with the natural burgundy color of the skin.


  • Size: 48 cms X 64 cms
  • Paint: Acrylic on Canvas
  • Authentication: By Egyptian Ministry of Justice
  • Signature: By (Magdy El-Banna) "Arafaat"
  • 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: 2019
  • Artist: Magdy El-Banna "Arafaat" 1952 - 
  • Provenance: Private collection of Magdy El-Banna "Arafaat"



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