Half of Bahraini art websites are broken, so I’m working with limited information here. But what I do know is that Alghabdan is very talented, and that he manages to make his painting almost multidimensional. It must be the black lines, or something. But what I like most is the piousness, the seriousness of the figures he depicts. It makes his works follow Modigliani, Chagal, Giacometti and El Greco, the other champions of the long, extremely beautiful face.