Mahmud Said

Sa’id, Mahmud

 

Born Apr. 8, 1897, in Alexandria; died Apr. 8, 1964. Egyptian artist.

Sa’id studied in private schools in Alexandria. One of the pioneers of modern Egyptian painting, he strove to create a renaissance in Egyptian national art. Sa’id’s style is characterized by an emphasized three-dimensional shaping of figures, clear rhythmic composition, and rich color (Autumn, 1929, Museum of Fine Arts, Alexandria; View of Aswan, 1964, private collection, Alexandria).

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'I am really satisfied with the innings he [Mithun] he played,' Mahmud said.
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In relevant remarks in late December, Mahmud said that YPG will lay down their arms only after peace returns to Syria.
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Secretary agriculture Muhammad Mahmud said that Punjab government was trying to help farmers by introducing new profitable crops to enable them survive amid sudden weather changes and enhance their earnings.
Punjab Agriculture Secretary Muhammad Mahmud said on Wednesday that 120,000 agriculture tube wells operational in Punjab are consuming 30% more electricity than the prescribed amount.