Saturday, March 27, 2010

Arab American Painter Opens Online Gallery

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Arab American Painter Opens Online Gallery

24 March 2010 – J F Dagher, Lebanese born painter, opens an online gallery selling original art and giclee reproductions.

The paintings of J F Dagher reflect life and living in the Arab culture. “I really wanted to portray the Arab culture, to help preserve aspects of it, and to give others insight into this incredibly complex and rich life we live.”

J F Dagher has been painting for over 10 years and in looking for a way for his work to be seen by many, found the online site Fine Art America.

Fine Art America gives artists a medium to display their original works, and provides high quality Giclee reproductions.

“Many friends and family would want reproductions of the same painting, as of course the imagery resonated with them. I was pleased to find Fine Art America’s reproductions are high quality and still express the emotions of the original works. “

Available now in the online gallery are reproductions of “Laundry Day” an image of a bombed worn out building, the only sign of life being the laundry strung on the line.

“Beit Nahas” a reproduction of a typical home. “That place where so many of our memories took place”.

“Temple Mount” a composite of those symbols representing the three great religions of the Middle East.

And of course J F Dagher’s famous pony paintings representing the great beauty of Middle Eastern tribal rugs.

To see all of J F Dagher’s art visit his Fine Art America site at

The artist may be reached by email at

For images to reprint or interviews with the artist contact