Gazebia Sirry’s paintings in Egypt for sale at Bonhams Auctioneers London
Painting “Flower” by Gazebia Sirry – social networks
CAIRO – May 16, 2022: Bonhams Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers in London is preparing to present an auction titled ‘Modern and Contemporary Art from the Middle East, including the banks of the Nile’, on May 24.
The auction includes many paintings by pioneering visual artists and some contemporary artists.
Among the paintings on display are two paintings by the late Egyptian artist Gazbia Sirry, the first is titled ‘Flowers’, and is estimated to be worth £8,000-25,000, and the second is titled ‘Humanity’, and its value is estimated between £18,000 and £25,000.
The painting “Flowers” by Gazebia Sirry
The painting “Humanity” by Gazebia Sirry
The deceased artist belongs to the second generation of Egyptian photographers. She carried the depth of an ancient civilization, revealing her love for it through her distinguished works. His paintings are a continuous dialogue with the problems and events of his society. She had a keen sense of the joyful and painful questions of the fatherland.
His works express the revolution, the High Dam, the setback, the victory and the details of popular life in general, in a unique, popular, humanist, expressive style mixed with fantasy.
Sirry’s artistic career spans from 1950 to 2021.
Also, the paintings of the late iconic artist Gazbia Sirry have captured worldwide attention as his paintings have sold for hundreds of thousands of dollars at international auctions.
Sirry began his global career in the 1970s, participating in major exhibitions in France and abroad, thus proving his unique talent.