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This work by Al-Jadar shows the vivid colors and textures that come alive at night fall. The village comes into focus with a halo of dark blue surrounding it. The brush strokes are strong and loose, giving a sense of movement to the canvas. The…

Al-Jadar depicts in this work, villagers standing in a mass in a public square. The colors utilized are warm and indicate the heat of a afternoon in Iraq. The villagers are depicted in simple tunics and scarves and are featured carrying with them…

In this village scene, Al-Jadar creates a deserted and empty feeling to the village that lies in the distance. There is no trace of activity in the painting, it is a static image of architecture and sand. The colors employed are striking blues,…

The intensity and heat of the sun bearing down on the beach is fully captured visually in this painting by Al-Jadar. The washed out blues and brilliant white of the sand create the feeling of heat in the eyes of the viewer. The boats that lay in the…

The great Mosque of Hagia Sophia is here captured on the canvas by Al-Jadar. The humid mediterranean climate of Turkey felt in the image by the atmospheric distortion that the sky and clouds have. The colors are lush greens, milky blues and…

Showing a more isolated and provincial village in this work, Al-Jadar infuses the landscape with huts and small structures. The persons present in the painting are clothed in brightly colored tunics and stand as static, erect columns in front of the…

This work by Al-Jadar depicts the desolate nature of the desert, with the landscape of sand and rock. The vivid sand is warm beige and white, the sky jolts the viewer with an intensity of dark blue and grey. The brush strokes in this painting are…

The landscape depicted here is somewhat more ambiguous than that of others painted by Al-Jadar. The colors are rich and saturated and references the changing light at the end of the day. The architecture scene in the distance resides in a focus that…

"Iraq Village 5" is quite similar to others in the Village series. The depiction of architecture and persons in the painting is consistent with the other works of this subject matter executed by Al-Jadar. The colors are striking with the poignant…