The Egyptian art of hegre is still so highly regarded among the Egyptian population, especially among those who grew up with the art in their homes, that a new museum in Egypt’s second city of Alexandria opened up this month with a large exhibit on the artist’s work.
The exhibition, titled The Egyptian Art Hegre, focuses on Hegre’s works and their origins.
It was inaugurated in January 2017 with the unveiling of the exhibition in front of an audience of about 3,000 people.
In a wide-ranging interview with The Associated Press, artist Naguib El-Batsh, who lives in Alexandria, said his work was born out of his love of the Egyptian culture and religion.
Hegre started his career as a painter and later went on to create large-scale murals that became iconic among Egyptians, according to El-Batsh.
Hegens work is about a religious movement that took root in ancient Egypt and the ancient Egyptians who practiced it.
El-batsh said his art can be seen as a reflection of the Egyptians’ religion.
“My goal is to make people reflect on the religious life that they are living,” he said.
The new exhibit features a variety of Hegre works, ranging from the frescoes of ancient Egypt to the famous frescoed fresco of the Great Pyramid of Giza.
El Batsh said the exhibit aims to “show people the meaning of the hegre” and its connection to the Egyptian religion.
It also highlights how his work can be found in the world of modern art, including the modern paintings of contemporary artist Pablo Picasso.
He said he was inspired by his own life story, but said he wanted to “bring his own experiences and knowledge” to the museum.
The exhibit features works from Hegre as well as works from other artists.
The works also include some original works that were created by Hegre himself and his wife, who were born in the 1930s.
He has been called a father of modern Egypt.
He described his work as “an exploration of the soul,” adding that his work also serves as a metaphor for a soul that has been buried.
He also said that the Egyptian people have been waiting for his work to be exhibited in Alexandria since it was first created in 1929.
“It is a work of art that I have spent my entire life and now I am able to take it back,” he told the AP.