The Egyptian art scene lost Friday the artist Ibrahim Farah - famously "Sheikh Abdel Qader" - at the age of 68, and the artist Nadia Rafik at the age of 85, after the death of artist Magda Al-Sabahi on Thursday at the age of 89.
Sarah, the daughter of artist Ibrahim Farah, said that her father died after his health deteriorated during the past hours, after he was exposed to a sudden health crisis in early January while photographing an artwork, and he subsequently fell into a coma for three days.
Although his health condition has seen a noticeable improvement and doctors have allowed him to leave the hospital, he has recently undergone a new health crisis that has resulted in intensive care in one of the engineers' hospitals, where he passed away.
Ibrahim Farah is considered one of the distinguished faces in the Egyptian drama, and the audience commented on him because of his performance in a wide range of works, including "Khawaja Abdul Qadir", "Sheikh Arab Hammam", "Kafr Delhab", "The sweetness of the world" and "Oasis of sunset" and " Tulips. "
|Magda Al-Sabahi died at the age of 89 (Communication sites)|
The deceased played the role of Sheikh Abdul Qadir in the series "Al-Khawaja Abdul Qadir", and created in this pivotal role and contributed to the success of the series, and was able to keep up with the acting giant Yahya Al-Fakhrani in the scenes that brought them together.
As for the late artist Nadia, she started her artistic career at the end of the fifties by working on the Egyptian radio, then she joined the Egyptian TV when it opened in 1960, and participated in the work of TV shows and series. Hosni.
The late artist excelled in embodying the role of the mother, and she participated in writing stories and scenarios for some television evenings, and the most famous series in which "Dreams of the Flying Boy" (1978), "She and the Impossible" (1979), "Brother Girls" (1984) and "Friends" (2002) and “The Creation Gate” (2012), and she participated in films such as “Burials furnished for rent” (1986), “Terrorism” (1989), “Below zero” (1990) and “Dangerous Recorder”.
The Magda Al-Sabahi - who died Thursday - suffered in the last period of a health crisis and was subsequently transferred to the hospital, after she was subjected to frequent fainting conditions and suffered from diseases of aging.