Ibrahim El-Salahi (born 5 September 1930) is a Sudanese painter, former politician, and diplomat. He is one of the foremost exponents of the hurufiyya art movement, which sought to combine traditional graphic forms, especially calligraphy, into contemporary artworks with a distinct Arab identity, in the late 20th-century.
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Sudanese, African
Artist, Master, Painter
Ibrahim El-Salahi, Ibrahim Mohammed El-Salahi, Ibrahim el- Salahi, Ibrahim el-Salahi, al-Ṣalaḥī Ibrāhīm, Ibrāhīm al- Salahī, Ibrāhīm al- Ṣalaḥī, Ibrahim Salahi
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