Watercolour and metal leaf on Saunders Waterford paper, 50x50 cm.

Date22 March 2017
StatusFor sale

The Arabic word hawâ shares with the English “fancy” the double meaning of “infatuation, sudden passion” and “whim, caprice”. It is etymologically close to the word for “wind”:

“Caprice هوى is a wind هواء that blows this way and that on the basis of the whims of the moment.” — William Chittick

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