Home History Exhibitions Artists Rare Piece Book E-Gallery Contact us
 
Exhibitions
 

Nahmeya Saad was born in Assiut, Upper Egypt. Studied painting at the higher school of Fine Arts on its inception. Saad was attracted to graphic art and studied under Bernard Rice professor of graphic art at the time and discovered a new vista. 

Exhibited much of his work in the Salon du Caire exhibitions. He executed decorative panels for the main entrance of the Egyptian Pavilion of the Paris International exhibition of 1937, and was awarded the exhibition’s Gold Medal. In conjunction with Mohamed Nagi, Mohamed Labib and Margot Veillon, he provided the illustrations for the tourist book “ Egypt, Land of Exploration “ which was produced on the occasion of the Paris Exhibition. 

He devoted himself to depicting Upper Egypt in the Luxor Studios, producing some of his finest graphic works. He died of a pulmonary disease of the age of thirty-three.
 
 
Subscribe for Mailing List Sitemap Registration Login Shop online Shopping Bag
EGO Solutions
 

Subscribe for Mailing List

Subscribe to our newsletter and you will get the latest news - first.

Send