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|Mohammed Seif al-Din Waly|
March 31, 1906|
|Died||February 15, 1979
|Awards||Egyptian State Merit Award (1973)|
Seif Waly (March 31, 1906 – February 15, 1979) (Egyptian Arabic: سيف والي) was an Egyptian painter, born Mohammed Seif al-Din Waly into an aristocratic family of Turkish origin in Alexandria, Egypt, who introduced modern art to Egypt after studying at the studio of the Italian artist Otorino Becchi. In 1942 he set up his own studio with his brother Adham Wanly and together they participated in more than 17 exhibitions, notably in the Biennale of Venice and in São Paulo, Brazil. Today an entire floor of the Mahmoud Said Museum in Alexandria is dedicated to Seif and Adham Wanly.
His work is collected by several Museums, including Mathaf: Arab Museum of Modern Art in Doha, Darat AL Funoon in Amman.
He died in 1979 at Stockholm at age of 72.
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