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The Art and Life of Chaouki Chamoun

by Chaouki Chamoun

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0863567916, Hardcover)

Chaouki Chamoun is one of the Middle East's most renowned artists. With 319 color plates to illustrate his story, Chamoun leads us through his own artistic journey, showing how the schools of the modern era have informed his technique and imagery, and how he has been motivated and inspired as much by the tiniest details of a pebble as by the political turmoil visited on his homeland.

Born in Lebanon in 1942, Chaouki Chamoun has participated in over fifty group art shows and biennales since 1969. He is the president of the Lebanese Artists Association and has studied at both Syracuse and New York universities.


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