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When Ann Dowker first visited Egypt in the early 2000s she discovered a place that so enthralled her with its natural splendour and human activity that she decided to spend a large part of her life there and allow the place and its people to be the major subject of her work as an artist. She bought a house on the west bank of the Nile at Luxor and now lives and works there with, and within, the community for long periods of the year.

Ann Dowker: Paintings From Thebes (2019)


Includes essay by Juliet Wilson-Bareau.

To find out more about the artist and the exhibition view the press release. 

Browse the exhibition catalogue online.

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