A modern-age expressionist artist, Amal Dagher earned his fame by reproducing famous international artists’ paintings exhibited in the Louvre.
Born in 1936 in Kfarshima, Dagher studied at the French Department of the American University of Beirut. In 1958, he majored in Drawing and Painting at the Académie Libanaise des Beaux-Arts (ALBA), i.e. the Lebanese Academy of Fine Arts. In 1959, Amal Dagher embarked on many art tours in Thailand, India, Japan and Nepal.
He immigrated to France in the early ‘70s and settled in Paris.
Dagher organized two solo exhibitions at the Saint-George Hotel in Beirut between 1964 and 1967. In the 60s, he participated in the Spring Salons at the UNESCO Palace and in the Autumn Salons at Sursock Museum.