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Morteza Katouzian4
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The painter, Morteza Katouzian, says: "I am not interested to draw exceptional phenomena. Each single human being has a hidden infinite. I only try to draw the beauties of this single life; drawings of the simple moments that follow each other". Each detailed painting of daily life, natural scenes, or portraits are carefully created in pen and oil on canvas and paper.

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    Gracias Saturnino. Please see also the students of Morteza Katouzian because one must also thank Katouzian who has trained several great artists: Shahrad Malek Fazeli, Mehrdad Jamshidi, Fakhraddin Mokhberi, Majid Arvari, most notably Iman Maleki who maybe were the best of his disciples.
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  • Excelente pintor. Michaela, muchas gracias.
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    Gracias Pilar. If you click on my Tag 'PERSIAN MINIATURE' you can select all presentations. Please see also the students of Morteza Katouzian because one must also thank Katouzian who has trained several great artists: Shahrad Malek Fazeli, Mehrdad Jamshidi, Fakhraddin Mokhberi, Majid Arvari, most notably Iman Maleki who were the best of his disciples.


    FOR CHINA THE TAG IS 'chinese painting'.
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  • Como me gusta este pintor, es increiblemente bueno, fantastica presentación. Gracias, Pilar
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  • Thanks Nikos, this was the last part (from four) about this artist. About the music: Djivan Gasparyan is the Armenian musician and composer who is known as the Master of the duduk. He and Hossein Alizadeh were jointly nominated for a 2007 Grammy Award.Gasparyan played as part of the Armenian entry 'Apricot Stone' by Eva Rivas at the 2010 Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo and became the oldest ever person to feature in a Eurovision Song Contest performance.He plays also with Yanni
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  • Morteza Katouzian was born on July 3, 1943 in a middle-class, art-loving family. He loved painting since childhood and he spent all his time on learning this art without any teacher. In 1960 he started graphics and painting work professionally. In graphics,  he had created several posters, logos, book covers and brochures. In 1974, he accepted the responsibility of holding Tehran International Graphics Exhibition named “African Starvelings” sponsored by I.A.A. international organization, and he performed the task in a reputable way and won the prize of “Poster of Integration”. He was one of the founders of Graphic Artists’ syndicate in the years before the revolution and he was its head of the board for 2 years.
  • During the past years, he has attended several collective exhibitions and held 4 solo exhibitions. All of them were “The Most Visited” exhibitions in the history of art in Iran due to the high quality of exhibited works and the affectionate look at humans and issues related to their lives which were presented in these paintings. As an example, according to the official statistics the exhibition of his works at Museum of Contemporary Arts in 1979 had 20,000 visitors. In his last exhibition in June 2008 which was held by 94 works at Saad-Abad Cultural-Historical Complex, on Wednesday June 18, 2008 in a magnificent ceremony, he was awarded UNESCO’s citation in respect of his 50 years of activities in the field of painting and his 30 years of unfeigned teaching to Iranian youth. In these 30 years of teaching painting, dozens of painters have been presented to the society of art from his small studio. I To introduce and encourage his students, he held 3 collective exhibitions for them and attended one exhibition along with them at Museum of Contemporary Arts
  • Through his endeavor, a book of the paintings of his students was published in 2005 which was welcomed by public. At the time, some of these students are well-known Iranian painters and artists and they are also training students in their own studios. Four books of Morteza Katouzian’s paintings have already been published and a lot of his works have been presented as posters. Five of his paintings are in Tehran Museum of Contemporary Arts and a big number of them are in the collections of Iranian and foreign collectors in different countries. In his youth, he spent his free time on sports. In 1970, he was the first person who could get Karate black belt in Iran. During the following years he trained competent trainees in this field. Now holding Black Belt Dan 7 from Karate federation of Islamic Republic of Iran, he is one of the pioneers of this martial art. فارسی
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    • 1. Morteza Katouzian
    • 2. Morteza Katouzian Morteza Katouzian was born in 1943 into a middle-class Teheran family. With no formal training, special tools or encouragement outside of the constant support of his family, Katouzian passed his free time sketching and painting, slowly honing his talent in solitude.  "When I took my paintings to school, the instructors would refuse to believe they were my original works," Katouzian joked recently. Discussing the role of the artist in the modern world, Katouzian remarks, "I could never stop painting; my heart is like a mirror, reflecting the reality of the surrounding world.” The painter, Morteza Katouzian, says: "I am not interested to draw exceptional phenomena. Each single human being has a hidden infinite. I only try to draw the beauties of this single life; drawings of the simple moments that follow each other". Each detailed painting of daily life, natural scenes, or portraits are carefully created in pen and oil on canvas and paper.
    • 3. A Glance while Passing (1995)
    • 4. A look at Abbyaneh(1). (1986)
    • 5. A look at Abbyaneh(2). (1986)
    • 6. A look at Abbyaneh(3). (1986)
    • 7. A look at Abbyaneh(4). (1986)
    • 8. Rural Old Man. (2003) The Forgottens. (1996)
    • 9. In a Village. (1988)
    • 10. The village. (1986)
    • 11. Place to Live! (1999)
    • 12. Marvels of Light. (1986)
    • 13. Keepsake. (1985)
    • 14. On the Trail. (1994)
    • 15. Waiting Without Hope! (2000) The Fall Blossoms . (1997)
    • 16. Untitled. (2007)
    • 17. Untitled. (1990)
    • 18. Exhausted from Work. (1997)
    • 19. In the Memory of Molla Sadra. (2005)
    • 20. Old Dervish in the Mosque. (1996)
    • 21. Red Pepper Pot. (1999)
    • 22. Master Mohammad Hossein Shahriar (Poet). (1995)
    • 23. The Baluch (1995)
    • 24. The Musician. (1993)
    • 25. Untitled. (1986)
    • 26. The Passage of Life. (1988)
    • 27. Before the End. (1990)
    • 28. The Moving. (1997)
    • 29. The Old man and the Tea. (1984)
    • 30. Tired Old Man. (2005)
    • 31. The Pain and the Thought (1983)
    • 32. In Memory of Dear Released Iranian POWs (1991)
    • 33. Regretful. (1981)
    • 34. Young Laborer. (1999)
    • 35. Chicken – Seller Student. (1995) The Summer Holidays. (1991)
    • 36. The Student.(1984) Childhood Memories. (1992)
    • 37. Children in the Alley. (1997)
    • 38. The Baluch in Bazaar (1996)
    • 39.  
    • 40. Sound : Djivan Gasparyan - The way back; Mama Text and pictures: Internet Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda

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