Shawkat Al-Alousi

Born in the city of Alous in Anbar Governorate in 1948, he holds a master's degree for his thesis (The role of plastic art in shaping the personality of the Iraqi individual mentally and socially), and holds a doctorate in the aesthetics of Islamic architectural forms and their reflection in painting, and died by the Iraqi plastic artist Shawkat Al-Alousi on the authority of 61 years old, and he is one of the artists who was famous for drawing mihrabs and Arabic calligraphy, And the contemporary Iraqi artist (Shawkat Tawfiq Shaker Al-Alousi), he held solo exhibitions in Al-Riwaq Hall from 1989 to 1993, and also exhibited in Faeq Hassan Hall in 1993, Al-Orfali Hall in 1990, Alia Art Gallery, and the Royal Cultural Center in the Jordanian capital Amman. 1994 and 1996, and participated in many exhibitions in Iraq, Sudan, Tunisia and Qatar, and acquired his works within the private groups in Italy, Sweden, London, America, Russia, the Emirates and Lebanon. Al-Alusi witnessed the emergence of several schools and groups in the Iraqi plastic arts arena. From (the pioneers group) founded by Faiq Hassan, to the group ( Impressionist painters) led by Hafiz Al-Droubi, to (The One Dimension) by Shakir Hassan Al Said.