Ahmad Dalati is a modern-age expressionist artist that drew Lebanese scenery and villages in an almost fauvist style.
Born in 1922, in Beirut, Ahmad Dalati attended Omar Onsi’s and Moustafa Farroukh’s ateliers. In the early 50s, he studied art at the Monte Institute in Milano. He organized many solo exhibitions in Beirut starting in 1956. He participated in the Spring Salon at the UNESCO Palace.
He is a member of the Lebanese Artists Association for Painters and Sculptors.
Ahmad Dalati became famous in the 60s, after he had won Saïd Akl’s prize. Saïd Akl described as an artist that had a young vigorous brush.