Sahara chariot – The Garamants
This painting is part of the Identity Project, in which I represent the ethnic and cultural components, including the works of the early inhabitants of Libya on the walls of caves, valleys, and rocks around the desert. The painting depicts the Garamants in the period of the role of horses, which fall according to chronology between 2700-1500 BC, And these chariots were a way to link the city of Gramma in the heart of the “desert” with the coast and created a trade road, as it was used in wars.
The painting is inspired by many desert drawings, which depict chariots and horses.
Oil and mixed media on canvas