Middle East Influences in American Art
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Encyclopedia of Arab American Artists, by Fayeq Oweis (Google eBook). ABC-CLIO, 2008 - 306 pages. The rich history and culture of the Arab American people is found in the passionate works of its artists. Whether they be traditional media such as painting and calligraphy, or more sophisticated media such as digital work and installation, the pieces represent the beauty of heritage, the struggles of growing up in war-torn countries, the identity conflicts of female artists in male-dominated societies, and the issues surrounding migration to a Western culture very different from one's own. Book information courtesy of Google Books.
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