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Hatem El Mekki

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Collection: 1918 Births, 2003 Deaths, 20Th-Century Tunisian Painters, People from Batavia, Dutch East Indies, People from Jakarta, Tunisian Painters
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Hatem El Mekki

An example of Hatem El Mekki artwork

Hatem El Mekki (May 16, 1918- September 23, 2003) was a prominent Tunisian painter.

He was born in Batavia, Dutch East Indies. From 1957, his artwork appeared on a large number of postage stamps of Tunisia.

He died in Carthage in 2003.


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