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Two murals of the most prominent landmarks of Damascus under the Victoria Bridge


Damascus, SANA- The plastic artist, Omar Al-Madani, is about to finish painting two murals under the Victoria Bridge


The plastic artist Omar Al-Madani is about to finish painting two murals under the Victoria Bridge, in cooperation with the Governorate of Damascus.

The two paintings executed on the concrete columns of the bridge include the most prominent features of the historical and contemporary city of Damascus, in a realistic style that depends on the overlap in several levels between the drawn landmarks, and with radiant colors that attract attention.

And about the idea of ​​the two paintings, the civil artist said in a statement to SANA reporter: I submitted an initiative to the Damascus governorate to implement a number of wall paintings in several areas of the city of Damascus, and the idea was received and welcomed by the governorate, while ensuring the provision of all work requirements, and the beginning was with these two paintings.

Al-Madani explained that the aim of these murals is to show the beauty and nobility of the historical and contemporary landmarks of Damascus, while contributing to beautifying public facilities and adding artistic touches to them, while spreading visual and aesthetic culture in society.

The artist Omar Al-Madani is known for his heritage paintings specialized in the city of Damascus, and he has two solo exhibitions, and several participations in local group exhibitions.

 Muhammad Samir Tahan

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Source: sena

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