PRINCE OF THE GHASSANIDS
H I S I M P E R I A L A N D R O Y A L H I G H N E S S
FINE ARTS OR PLASTIC ARTS
His great grandfather, the Maestro Rodolfo Walvy Jr., was really amazed by how the two years old boy, sitting on his lap, was able to draw swans with such ease. He said: "This boy will be an artist!"
At age 9, Gharios began in the fine arts and was a pupil of his godmother, the renowned artist and jurist Judge Dinorah da Silva Porto who taught him various forms of art such as oil on canvas, sculpture, engraving, watercolors, carvings, etc..
He also studied with great masters such as spatula Mr. Ronaldo Autuori, having exposed woodcuts, oil and acrylic paintings. Since 1997, studied "Sho-Do" (artistic Japanese calligraphy)
His latest works are the paintings and pencil sketches of his ancestors. They're published in Gharios' awarded book "Middle East - The secret history and possible solutions".
Certainly, the plastic arts have a special place in Gharios' life.
"Virgin Mary and Baby Jesus" given to His Holiness Pope Francis in 2015
"SHO-DO" JAPANESE CALLIGRAPHY BY SENSEI PRINCE GHARIOS EL CHEMOR
Al-Numan Gharios El Chemor