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They Always Appear, 1961

Oil on canvas
24 × 36 1/5 in
61 × 92 cm
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London
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Ibrahim El-Salahi
Sudanese, b. 1930
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A leader of the Sudanese Khartoum School and the first African artist to have a retrospective at …

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A leader of the Sudanese Khartoum School and the first African artist to have a retrospective at the Tate Modern in London, Ibrahim El Salahi combines European styles with traditional Sudanese themes in his art. El Salahi studied art in London and takes formal and ideological cues from modernist painting, resulting in …

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Ibrahim El-Salahi
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A leader of the Sudanese Khartoum School and the first African artist to have a retrospective at …

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A leader of the Sudanese Khartoum School and the first African artist to have a retrospective at the Tate Modern in London, Ibrahim El Salahi combines European styles with traditional Sudanese themes in his art. El Salahi studied art in London and takes formal and ideological cues from modernist painting, resulting in …

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They Always Appear, 1961

Oil on canvas
24 × 36 1/5 in
61 × 92 cm
Sold
location
London
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