This painting on canvas by Hussain Gewashi depicts a Libyan village and water well and is signed and dated 1976, before construction began on the Great Man-Made River pipeline and aqueduct project to supply fresh water across the country. The lush green scene includes an orchard and palm trees receding into the far distance, the walls and minaret of a mosque, and centers the action of an ox powering a pulley to raise water up from the well. The painting is framed and signed in the lower right corner.
24" High x 35" Wide
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