5 Most Expensive Pieces Of Arab and Islamic Art.

Usually, when we mention significant pieces of craftsmanship, specialists like Van Gogh, Da Vinci, Rembrandt and Salvador Dali ring a bell. These specialists are no longer living, yet their work is alive and admired over the world and has been for whatever length of time that the artist has been famous. Be that as it may, Arab and Islamic art has likewise existed for quite a long time and has been pushing its way into the art world and is rapidly winding up highly sort after.

These are 5 of the most costly pieces of Arabian and Islamic craftsmanship ever to be sold.

1. -Development of the Suez Canal – Abdel Hadi El Gazzar

Egyptian painter, Abdel Hadi El Gazzar’s “Development of the Suez Canal” was painted in 1965. Sold for $1.2million in 2014, El Gazzar is turning into the most notorious Egyptian specialists to have lived since 1945.
Similar to other incredible artists, Abdel Gazzar passed away early, at 40 years old in 1966.

2. -Tchaar-Baagh – Charles Hossein Zenderoudi

Born in Tehran, Iran on March 11, 1937, Charles Hossein Zenderoudi went to the Fine Art College of the University of Tehran in the 1950s to educate himself in painting and calligraphy.
The Iranian craftsman and stone worker painted Tchaar Bagh in 1981, which was sold at Christie’s in 2008 for an astounding $1.6million.

3. -The Rukh Carries Amir Hamza to his Home – Hamzanama

Made in the Mughal period, in the sixteenth century, “The Rukh Carries Amir Hamza to his Home” is from an Islamic delineation from an arrangement titled “Hamzanama” (The Adventures of Hamza).
As indicated by the story, Amir Hamza was an uncle of the Prophet Muhammed and this specific painting is one of only a handful that was in a sellable condition. It rounded up $1.14million and could have sold for more had it been saved better.

4. -The Whirling Dervishes – Mahmoud Said

A standout amongst the most costly Arab sketches on the planet, “The Whirling Dervishes” is crafted by an Egyptian specialist who goes by the name of Mahmoud Said and was created in 1929.
In 2010, the piece of art sold for a mind blowing $2.4million at Christie’s sale house.

5. -Break of the Atom and Vegetal Life – Princess Fahr El-Nissa Zeid

The first evaluated offering cost of this artistic creation was initially between $3-4million, yet sold for a record breaking $2.74million. Painted in 1962 by Turkish-Jordanian craftsman and Princess Fahr El-Nissa Zeid, “Break of the Atom and Vegetal Life” is the most costly painting by an Arab to be sold.

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