Mohsen Shaalan

Egyptian artist Mohsen Shalaan (1951-2014) received his BA in Art and Education and worked as the Head of the Fine Arts Sector in Egypt where he became entangled in the famous controversy over a missing Van Gogh painting. Shalaan’s work has been acquired by a number of international and local museums, such as the US Congress Library museum in Washington, Al-Ahram newspaper, the Cairo Opera House, the Goethe Institute in Cairo, among others. He also supported Egyptian artists, and tirelessly worked to set up and restore museums and cultural places such as Amir Taz Palace, Aisha Fahmy Palace, the Rateb Sedeek Art Gallery, 1952 Revolution Heroes Museum, and the Mohamed Mahmoud Khalil Museum.

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