Sayed Saad Eldin was born in 1944 and raised in Qena of Upper Egypt.
He pursued his passion for art and moved to Cairo at age 17, after being briefly enrolled in the Faculty of Engineering in Minya to please his parents. In Cairo, Saad El-Din studied at the Leonardo Di Vinci Institute and was mentored by the modernist painter Sayed Abdel Rassoul.
Saad El-Din’s distinctive work can be seen in prominent tourist spots in Egypt, including on Luxor’s New Bridge, and at the Sharm El Sheikh International Airport.In his artistic career, he has received many grants, as well as local and international awards in Italy, Spain, France, and Arab countries.
His works were also acquired in several state collections, in Egypt including the Egyptian Modern Art Museum, the Ministry of Culture, The Egyptian Opera House, and the CIB bank, as well as international collections of the Consulate of Italy in Spain, and the Bank Tchisen Manhattan in New York.
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