Inji Efflatoun, Pictured.
Inji Efflatoun (b. 1924-1989, Egypt) was an artist and political activist who lived and worked in Cairo. Throughout her career, her works shifted from portraits that followed the themes of confinement and rebellion to brighter, more joyful landscapes. Notable exhibitions include the Gallerie Adam, Cairo Egypt (1952); Sao Paolo Biennial, Brazil (1953); Cairo Atelier, Egypt (1956); Alexandria Biennial, Egypt (1958); and the Egyptian Academy of Fine Arts, Rome, Italy (1981).