Louay Kayali was a modern Painter who born in Syria. But he got training of painting and Artwork in Italy. Work of Louay Kayali Google Celebrates today. It is his 85th birthday on 20 January 2019.
Here is How Google Doodle pays Tribute to Syrian Artist Louay Kayali on his birthday.
If You are an Arabic Speaker then You can Learn About Louay Kayali here in the Arabic Language.
His Powerful Quality Portraits demonstrate the strength, Nobility and resilience of Everyday Folk-bakers, fisherman and Pregnant woman.
Earlier LIFE of Louay Kayali
Louay Kayali was born in Aleppo province of Syria on 20th January 1934. He started painting at the age of only 11 years. When He was 18 years old, he held his first Exhibition at Al-This Al-Oula School in Syria. He got a scholarship because of his excellent artwork in 1956. He travelled to Italy for modern studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. In 1960 Louay Kayali Represented Syria at the Venice Biennale, a prestigious international art exhibition.
Kayali returned back to Syria and joined the faculty of the Higher Institute for the Fine Arts in Damascus in 1962. His Instructions made a bright path of guidance for future generations of Syrian artists. He started a series of charcoal work in the mid-’60s. which became a reason for a departure from his previous paintings.
In 1967 The emotionally challenging images in his travelling exhibition “Fi Sabil al-Qadiyyah” (For the Sake of the Cause) reflected human suffering, reflecting upheaval in the Arab world. But he became disappointed by the review of the Show and decided that he will not paint anymore. The disappointment of Kayyali was so strong that He destroyed most of his artwork. But luckily he took a return to the Art again in the start of ’70s. He was showing his new work throughout this decade including a joint exhibition with his old friend Fateh al-Moudarres.
Artwork of Louay Kayali
People Who Talk Recently About Louay Kayali’s Art.
Some of the art works currently on show at @SharjahArt, as part of the @BarjeelArt collection exhibit. Fantastic works by Egyptian painters Hamed Ewais and Marguerite Nakhla, Syrian Louay Kayali and Palestinian Ismail Shammout. pic.twitter.com/27ob53GeMy
This style seems to be quite a trend these days, reminds me of Faisel Laibi Sahi and I maybe wrong but it all started with Louay Kayali. It seems there is a craving for just simple everyday Middle Eastern scenarios amongst the chaos that we see.
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