(1917 - 1977)
Gamal El-Seguini was active/lived in Egypt. Gamal El Seguini is known for painting.
Biography Gamal El-Seguini
Gamal El-Seguini was an Egyptian sculptor and painter. Born in a poor suburb of Cairo, in 1934 he joined the sculpture department at the First School of Fine Arts founded by Prince Youssef Kamal, earning his diploma in sculpture in 1938. El-Seguini traveled to Paris to pursue higher studies where he was greatly affected by English sculptor Henry Moore. El-Seguini followed this in 1947 by travelling to Rome to resume his post graduate studies where he received a diploma in Sculpture and Medal Arts in 1950.
Constantly concerned with his home country's issues, El-Seguini featured Egypt in most of his works expressing hope, encouragement, disappointment or just pure unconditional love. Introducing symbolism in Egyptian
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