Abdul Elah AlArab

Born in Bahrain in 1954

Abdul-Elah-AlArab.jpg - Acrylic on paper | 70x50 cm | 2007

Abdul Elah Alarab is a renowned Bahraini calligrapher who was entrusted with calligraphy transcription of the Bahrain constitution in 1973. He has participated in many solo and group calligraphy exhibitions in the Middle East and in Europe. He also participated in many biennials in Dhaka, Spain and Cairo. Abdul Elah is a winner of many awards in Bahrain. In 1987 he won the first prize in Arabic Calligraphy from Egypt, and in 1988 he won the Judge’s Prize for his composition of the Arabic alphabet “he Haa”. In 1987 he won the first prize for designing the logo of Qatar Telecommunications.

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