The father of the Egyptian Impressionism art school and one of the pioneers
artists in Egypt.
-A professor of painting at the School of Fine Arts in 1929, as he was the first
Egyptian to teach in it alongside European professors, then he was appointed
head of the painting department and later the director of the Museum of Modern
Art in Cairo in 1948 and 1949.
-Dean of the Royal College of Fine Arts 1950-1953 that became “the College of Fine
Arts” after the 1952 revolution and a rapporteur of the Plastic Arts Committee of
the Supreme Council of Arts and Letters.
Youssef Kamel followed the impressionism school as a method of expression, but
he did not literally adhere to the European impressionism art style, which