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As recently as 20 years ago, Arabs showed little interest in Orientalist works — paintings of Middle Eastern scenes by European artists — which were seen as an exotic distortion of the reality of the Middle East and its people aimed at a Western public. More recently, that negative perception has changed.
"The way the priest is standing in the doorway," he said. "You could still see that scene in Egypt today."