And now the Museum of Islamic Art is paying tribute to his contributions with a new exhibition entitled A Falcon’s Eye: Tribute to Sheikh Saoud Al Thani.
The exhibition features more than 300 pieces, ranging from prehistoric fossils and Egyptian antiquities to Orientalist paintings and photographs, which the Qatari prince collected as he was fascinated with both natural history and the art world.
Looking for more art exhibitions in Doha? Don’t forget to check out our culture section.
There you’ll find details on all the hottest shows, including the Picasso’s Studio showcase currently on at the Fire Station, or the virtual exhibition hosted by Katara Cultural Village.
QR10 (residents, students), QR20 (adults), free (children under 16). Museum of Islamic Art, (4422 4444).
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