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- Image Size: 60 x 90 cm
- Frame Size: 75 x 105 cm
- Medium: Giclee – on canvas
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Sannib – No Time To Die
Sannib is a British contemporary artist of Syrian-Lebanese descent who lives in London. His work focuses on contemporary portraits and abstract themes. He started painting at the age of 10 without taking any lessons and learning techniques.
He took his first figurative and abstract painting lessons with the Syrian painter Farid Georges who is graduated from Academia di Belle Arti di Roma, Italy. He later experimented with abstract themes and acrylic painting under the guidance of Mard Issa, who is a graduate of Kunstskolen i Bergen, Norway and a student of the Norwegian classical painter Jan Sæther.
Sannib is a graduate in Graphic Design from the Syrian Design Center, Aleppo, Syria (1997) and worked for 18 years in advertising and creative agencies in Kuwait, the UAE and London, UK.
Utilising his skills in both graphic design and painting, he has developed his unique mixed media art style by blending graphic elements, painting techniques and textures. He uses several materials and mediums, combined with vibrant colours and finishes.
Sannib finds inspiration in bright colours, textures and lights. He discovers his colour palette in the nature’s colour scheme, with a focus on the golden shades of the earth and the blue shades of the sea and sky.
The story behind the half face:
Each person has a contrasting side to their personality which is hidden. Only one side of the individual’s face
is revealed intending to highlight their personality which we are already aware of.
Sannib has participated in many art exhibitions in several countries, including Kuwait, Syria and England.
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Sannib – No Time To Die
What is a Giclée Print? – pronounced ‘zhee-klay’
So, a giclée print is a high quality fine art reproduction. Archival pigment inks are sprayed on to an archival fine art paper or canvas.
Because of this, Jack Duganne coined the term ‘Giclée’, since it’s a French word meaning ‘a spray or a squirt of liquid’. The term ‘giclée print’ is used to describe the giclée printing process. Accordingly, images are created from the high-resolution digital capture of original artwork. Then they are printed using archival quality inks onto archival fine art substrates. Hence, canvas and fine art papers are used to achieve giclée prints with exceptional stability and lightfastness.