Sensitive Figurative Paintings by Egyptian Artist Walid Ebeid – Design You Trust

Sensitive Figurative Paintings by Egyptian Artist Walid Ebeid

Walid Ebeid was born in 1970 in Cairo, Egypt. He started to establish his realistic expressionism art since he was 6 years old, he holds a Fine arts Bachelor in 1992 and Masters a distinguished level in oil painting from the day to day life spirit in his country culture and society insights.

Walid Ebeid’s work has been extensively exhibited in Egypt since 1992, visiting a wide variety of galleries. His main theme of his paintings give one the impression there is always a mystic message behind the realistic visuals recreated with his own vision.

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