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Baya Mahieddine

Baya Mahieddine

By Baya Mahieddine

By Baya Mahieddine

Femme portant des coupes, 1966 by Algerian artist Baya Mahieddine.

Femme portant des coupes, 1966 by Algerian artist Baya Mahieddine. We adore the artworks of self-taught artist Mahieddine.

BAYA (1931- 1998) | UNTITLED | 1997 | Her drawings and paintings represent mostly women, animals, plants, sometimes villages. There are women wearing beautiful colored dresses covered with flowers ; faces, flowers, fruits and birds spurt out like bunches of flowers. "Her paintings are constructed like windows for depth and carpets for coverings, a balance between the oriental decorating style and the occidental realism." (Frank Maubert).

BAYA (1931- 1998) | UNTITLED | 1997 | Her drawings and paintings represent mostly women, animals, plants, sometimes villages. There are women wearing beautiful colored dresses covered with flowers ; faces, flowers, fruits and birds spurt out like bunches of flowers. "Her paintings are constructed like windows for depth and carpets for coverings, a balance between the oriental decorating style and the occidental realism." (Frank Maubert).

Illustration by Adolf Höfer. Die Jugend 1897, Bd. II, H. 34, S. 576.

Illustration by Adolf Höfer. Die Jugend 1897, Bd. II, H. 34, S. 576.

BAYA (1931- 1998) | UNTITLED | 1947 | Her drawings and paintings represent mostly women, animals, plants, sometimes villages. There are women wearing beautiful colored dresses covered with flowers ; faces, flowers, fruits and birds spurt out like bunches of flowers. "Her paintings are constructed like windows for depth and carpets for coverings, a balance between the oriental decorating style and the occidental realism." (Frank Maubert).

BAYA (1931- 1998) | UNTITLED | 1947 | Her drawings and paintings represent mostly women, animals, plants, sometimes villages. There are women wearing beautiful colored dresses covered with flowers ; faces, flowers, fruits and birds spurt out like bunches of flowers. "Her paintings are constructed like windows for depth and carpets for coverings, a balance between the oriental decorating style and the occidental realism." (Frank Maubert).

"Misato Suzuki lives in Los Angeles and her paintings feature glorious colors and elements of repetition, brought to life through scale and interaction...."

"Misato Suzuki lives in Los Angeles and her paintings feature glorious colors and elements of repetition, brought to life through scale and interaction.

Japanese imported 55% linen/ 45% cotton Echino fabric designed by Etsuko Furuya for Kokka Fabrics.

Landscape in purple (half metre)

Abstract geometric pattern art Japanese imported linen/ cotton Echino fabric designed by Etsuko Furuya for Kokka Fabrics.

Frank Stella, ‘METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART CENTENNIAL  (Kufa Gate)’, 1970

Find the latest shows, biography, and artworks for sale by Frank Stella. Frank Stella, an iconic figure of postwar American art, is considered the most influ…

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BAYA (1931-1998) | Her drawings and paintings represent mostly women, animals, plants, sometimes villages. There are women wearing beautiful colored dresses covered with flowers ; faces, flowers, fruits and birds spurt out like bunches of flowers. "Her paintings are constructed like windows for depth and carpets for coverings, a balance between the oriental decorating style and the occidental realism." (Frank Maubert).

BAYA (1931-1998) | Her drawings and paintings represent mostly women, animals, plants, sometimes villages. There are women wearing beautiful colored dresses covered with flowers ; faces, flowers, fruits and birds spurt out like bunches of flowers. "Her paintings are constructed like windows for depth and carpets for coverings, a balance between the oriental decorating style and the occidental realism." (Frank Maubert).

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