Google today honored Iraqi contemporary art genius Naziha Salim with a doodle. Let us tell you that Naziha Salim is considered one of the most influential artists of Iraq. Her work often depicts the lives of rural Iraqi women and peasantry through bold brush strokes and colours.
Who is Naziha Salim?
In its doodle today, Google has shown a picture in two halves, in which Naziha Salim can be seen holding a paint brush on one side and his painting can be seen in the other picture.
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Nazia Salim was born in 1927 in Istanbul, Turkey. Born in Turkey to a family of Iraqi artists, Salim’s father was a painter and his mother was a skilled embroidery artist. According to Google, all three of his brothers worked in art, including Jawad, who is widely regarded as one of Iraq’s most influential sculptors, while his second brother was a designer while his third brother, Rashid, was a political cartoonist. From an early age, Naziha Salim enjoyed doing art.
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Due to her hard work and passion for the arts, she was one of the first women to be awarded a scholarship to continue her education at the cole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. While in Paris, Salim specialized in fresco and mural painting after which he spent several more years abroad.
Naziha was an active participant in Iraq’s arts community and Naziha was also a member of the Al-Ruwwad Foundation, an arts group. The group brought modern European art techniques within a distinctly Iraqi aesthetic and inspired subsequent generations of Iraqi artists.
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Naziha returned to Baghdad to work at the Institute of Fine Arts, where she taught until retirement. Naziha was also the author of Iraq Contemporary Art, which played an important role in the early development of Iraq’s modern art movement.
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