Badih Baba­jan

The Kurdish Globe - - NEWS - By Ashti Garmiyani

Was the painter cre­ator Pope Jean unique phe­nom­e­non and ra­di­ant in the art scene of the Kur­dish and Iraqi alike, where ac­cord­ing to the artist's sub­tle and through­out his ca­reer cre­ative, which lasted for more than five decades in the com­ple­tion of many of the paint­ings and draw­ings im­pres­sive won and still gain a lot of ad­mi­ra­tion and flat­tery and awarded the owner stature de­cent Painters along­side Iraqis and Kurds ex­cel­lence in our con­tem­po­rary his­tory.

Pro­ceed­ing from the un­lim­ited Ttmenena ac­claimed for the role played by Pope Jean march in which he has served our art visual and rich­est ef­fi­ciently and much of the si­lence and calm, we de­cided in this area to pro­vide this en­light­en­ing pluck­ing and frag­ments of his gen­er­ous.

Born artist Badi Hus­sein Baba Jan, 1923 in the lo­cal­ity of my brother Hus­sein's neigh­bor­hood in front of Qasim an­cient city of Kirkuk, has died and his fa­ther was only after six months, Fany with his mother and two brothers to him from want too much, while leav­ing the ac­ci­dent the most tragic shock in the life of his older brother (Ab­dul­lah ) who was study­ing at the time in Istanbul and at the same med­i­cal school, which had pre­vi­ously said his late fa­ther, where he stud­ied and grad­u­ated doc­tor, Fterdt psy­cho­log­i­cal con­di­tion and of­ten went mad or it was re-by to his fam­ily home and lived un­til he died in­sane in 1971.

Spent Pope Jean The bulk of his child­hood in that big house in­her­ited by his fam­ily for their pre­de­ces­sors Vchgv since child­hood phys­i­cally songs and tunes, pop sound Bakaúaat and ele­gies sad that they sing their Bloa and the sweet­ness of his wid­owed mother griev­ing the death of her hus­band and the death of a num­ber of sib­lings, and so took the Pope Jean-tal­ented small It is at the age of four and made bold at­tempts early in the de­vel­op­ment and or­ga­ni­za­tion of the chants and Al­nu­tat dif­fer­ent mu­si­cal!

As fas­ci­nated at the same time and the in­flu­ence of the at­mos­phere of their gar­den vast an­nexed their home grand world of draw­ings and sculp­tures (ie, the world of art) Fanahmk through­out the day in the inside that gar­den work forms of flow­ers and leaves from col­ored pa­per and stat­ues of ele­phants and birds of red clay and model air­planes and houses of cans and car­tons.

As he lived Baba­can and work and he cre­ated and gave all the si­lence and calm and seren­ity and hu­mil­ity and de­nial of the same away from the lights and noise, he died as well in 1997, leav­ing after him for gen­er­a­tions to his na­tion and his peo­ple, a trea­sure trove of ef­fects tech­ni­cal pres­ti­gious im­mor­tal­ized as an artist au­then­tic iconic and large.

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