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Anna Boghigiuan was born in Cairo in 1946 to Armenian/Egyptian parents. She graduated in 1969 from the American University in Cairo in Economics and Political Science. 

She studied art under the patronage of the great artist Fouad Kamel. Anna Boghigiuan obtained her BFA in visual art and music from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. She held exhibitions in Egypt, Yemen, Greece, Canada and France and has illustrated many books including editions of Ungaretti, 
Cavafy and for the Nobel laureate Naguib Mahfouz. Anna Boghigiuan is a very renowned contemporary Egyptian painter whose work is extremely appreciated among the foreign and local community. 

Her capturing the essence of a city as vibrant and chaotic as Cairo is a daunting task for any painter. It requires a deep understanding of its soul as well as a sharp eye to pick up on the continuous metamorphosis of movement against a background that is both timeless and undergoing constant renewal. Her depictions of bridges, buildings and other architectural sites we see them squeezed or 
elongated because she is a master of deconstruction loved by architects for her intrinsic understanding of form and structure.
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