Request Program Info. This takes place amidst the vast and harshly beautiful desert oceans of the Middle East at time in which eloquence and integrity are prized above all possession, and the power of poetry, the spoken word reigned supreme. The paintings are rendered from the imagination of Abu-Subhi Al Tenawi , a 20 th Century Syrian master painter, well known for his traditional glass painting of epic Arabic Tales. He was trained by his father, who was himself a master glass painter of the late Ottoman period. This series, painted with oil on canvas, was created at the end of his artistic career between and
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The account of his life forms the basis of a long and extravagant romance. He gained attention and respect for himself by his remarkable personal qualities and courage in battle, excelling as an accomplished poet and a mighty warrior. After defeating the invaders, he sought to gain permission to marry his cousin. To secure allowance to marry, Antarah had to face challenges including getting a special kind of camel from the northern Arab kingdom of the Lakhmids , then under Al-Nu'man III ibn al-Mundhir.
Antar et Abla, pour réanimer la culture arabe...