Mona Trad Dabaji, L’attente/ The wait 01 Paintings, MIDDLE EASTERN ART, With Footnotes – 11

Mona Trad Dabaji (Lebanese, born 1950) Title:
L’attente/ The wait, c. 2002

Oil on canvas
100 x 120 cm. (39.4 x 47.2 in.)
Private collection

Mona Trad Dabaji graduated from the American University of Beirut, just after the outbreak of the civil war in Lebanon. She lives and works in Beirut where she has been teaching painting since 1993. The artist has exhibited in Lebanon, France, Jordan, the United States and the United Arab Emirates. Beirut, The Phantom City, a Beirut exhibition, portraying a city devastated in 1992, was a milestone in the beginning of her career. Since then, all his work evolves around a recurring theme: Lebanon, its traditions and cultures. Through her characters, mainly women, she manages to convey with precision her great complexity and diversity. More on Mona Trad Dabaji 

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