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Paul Batou a native Iraqi artist .A 1982 pharmaceutical graduate of the university of Baghdad , But His most enduring interest remained the world of art . he did not bother to apply for the art school in Baghdad because the school was closed to the Baathist party members only "the government ". while in pharmacy school he was inspired by many teachers and artists. His first art show in Baghdad was in 1980, opening a door that would lead his work to be featured in several galleries, later in 1982 he was forced to work as a pharmacist and a medic during the Iran-Iraq war for five years in the army, when it ended in 1989, he left Iraq with His family and moved from Athens to Los Angeles. Here in the state, he continues to create Art and write poems and recently he published his first book in 2007 "My last thoughts about Iraq" which he shared the Iraqi's thinking and thoughts during the long years of war, Sanction the fall of the great civilization of Mesopotamia. His work of art was featured in many galleries in the United States and the world.
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My Art, My people
Volume II
by Paul Batou

Overview


My Art, my people the first Assyrian art book published by a native Assyrian artist; and this is my second volume in the market, My Art, My People is a collection of paintings since my fist volume starting 2019 until October 2021. My work reflects the indigenous people of Iraq, the Assyrian, their culture, custom and civilization We are from a land where the majority considers us infidels, which has justified the countless times our lands and homes have been stripped away. I narrate the genocide against my people using colors and a canvas. But I also illustrate our homeland Mesopotamia, our culture, and our love for peace and freedom.
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Description


My Art, my people the first Assyrian art book published by a native Assyrian artist; and this is my second volume in the market, My Art, My People is a collection of paintings since my fist volume starting 2019 until October 2021. My work reflects the indigenous people of Iraq, the Assyrian, their culture, custom and civilization We are from a land where the majority considers us infidels, which has justified the countless times our lands and homes have been stripped away. I narrate the genocide against my people using colors and a canvas. But I also illustrate our homeland Mesopotamia, our culture, and our love for peace and freedom.
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Overview


My Art, my people the first Assyrian art book published by a native Assyrian artist; and this is my second volume in the market, My Art, My People is a collection of paintings since my fist volume starting 2019 until October 2021. My work reflects the indigenous people of Iraq, the Assyrian, their culture, custom and civilization We are from a land where the majority considers us infidels, which has justified the countless times our lands and homes have been stripped away. I narrate the genocide against my people using colors and a canvas. But I also illustrate our homeland Mesopotamia, our culture, and our love for peace and freedom.

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Description


My Art, my people the first Assyrian art book published by a native Assyrian artist; and this is my second volume in the market, My Art, My People is a collection of paintings since my fist volume starting 2019 until October 2021. My work reflects the indigenous people of Iraq, the Assyrian, their culture, custom and civilization We are from a land where the majority considers us infidels, which has justified the countless times our lands and homes have been stripped away. I narrate the genocide against my people using colors and a canvas. But I also illustrate our homeland Mesopotamia, our culture, and our love for peace and freedom.

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Book details

Genre:ART

Subgenre:Art & Politics

Language:English

Pages:188

Hardcover ISBN:9781667813073


Overview


My Art, my people the first Assyrian art book published by a native Assyrian artist; and this is my second volume in the market, My Art, My People is a collection of paintings since my fist volume starting 2019 until October 2021. My work reflects the indigenous people of Iraq, the Assyrian, their culture, custom and civilization We are from a land where the majority considers us infidels, which has justified the countless times our lands and homes have been stripped away. I narrate the genocide against my people using colors and a canvas. But I also illustrate our homeland Mesopotamia, our culture, and our love for peace and freedom.

Read more

Description


My Art, my people the first Assyrian art book published by a native Assyrian artist; and this is my second volume in the market, My Art, My People is a collection of paintings since my fist volume starting 2019 until October 2021. My work reflects the indigenous people of Iraq, the Assyrian, their culture, custom and civilization We are from a land where the majority considers us infidels, which has justified the countless times our lands and homes have been stripped away. I narrate the genocide against my people using colors and a canvas. But I also illustrate our homeland Mesopotamia, our culture, and our love for peace and freedom.

Read more

About the author


Paul Batou a native Iraqi artist .A 1982 pharmaceutical graduate of the university of Baghdad , But His most enduring interest remained the world of art . he did not bother to apply for the art school in Baghdad because the school was closed to the Baathist party members only "the government ". while in pharmacy school he was inspired by many teachers and artists. His first art show in Baghdad was in 1980, opening a door that would lead his work to be featured in several galleries, later in 1982 he was forced to work as a pharmacist and a medic during the Iran-Iraq war for five years in the army, when it ended in 1989, he left Iraq with His family and moved from Athens to Los Angeles. Here in the state, he continues to create Art and write poems and recently he published his first book in 2007 "My last thoughts about Iraq" which he shared the Iraqi's thinking and thoughts during the long years of war, Sanction the fall of the great civilization of Mesopotamia. His work of art was featured in many galleries in the United States and the world.

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