It has bothered me all my life that I do not paint like everybody else. Henri Matisse
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The black girl who was called Jawhara belonged to a peasant family who was working in one of the plantations of the farmer on the eastern banks of the Holy River. Her future husband, the farmer of the quarter, has noticed long ago that this little girl was charming and that she would be more charming when she would attain the age of marriage.
Excerpt from the writings of the artist's father, Najati Al-Bukhari... Read more!
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