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Reza Abbasi (1565–1635) is considered to be one of the foremost Persian artists of all time, the most renowned Persian miniaturist, painter and calligrapher of the Isfahan School, which flourished …

Reza Abbasi (1565–1635) is considered to be one of the foremost Persian artists of all time, the most renowned Persian miniaturist, painter and calligrapher of the Isfahan School, which flourished during the Safavid period under the patronage of Shah Abbas I.
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    Gracias Pilar. jajaja, realmente maravillosas las miniaturas Persas. Muchas gracias por tu generoso y amable comentario (y gracias también por agregarlo a tus favoritos).
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  • Impresionantes miniaturas, me encantan ¿ crees que si pido una para mi cumpleaños me la comprarian ? me temo que no, pero si que voy a verlas todas las veces que quiera gracias a tí, realmente maravillosas. Un abrazo, Pilar
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  • Thank you Johndemi
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  • Talented man indeed -- good show -- thanks Michaela.
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  • You MUST GO IN AN IRANIAN LIBRARY!. even a book shop is like a temple!
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  • Hakīm Abu'l-Qāsim Firdowsī Tūsī ( Persian : حکیم ابوالقاسم فردوسی توسی ), more commonly transliterated as Ferdowsi (or Firdausi , Firdavsi ), (940–1020 C.E.) is a highly revered Persian poet. He was the author of the Shahnameh , the national epic of Iran and related societies .
  • Ferdowsi is best known for his literary epic Shahnameh , to which he devoted most of his life. Shahnameh was originally drafted by Ferdowsi for the Princes of Samanids , who were responsible for revival of the Persian cultural traditions after the Arab invasion. Ferdowsi would live to see the Samanids conquered by the Ghaznavids . The new ruler Mahmud of Ghaznavi would lack the same interest in Ferdowsi's work as that shown by the Samanids, resulting in him losing favor with the royal court. Ferdowsi died in 1020 C.E. in "poverty and embittered by royal neglect" though confident that the work that he had created would last the test of time.
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    • 1. Reza Abbasi Statue Andisheh Park (Helal-e-Ahmar Park) Tehran. Persian miniature Reza Abbasi
    • 2. Reza Abbasi is considered to be one of the foremost Persian artists of all time, the most renowned Persian miniaturist, painter and calligrapher of the Isfahan School, which flourished during the Safavid period under the patronage of Shah Abbas I. Posthumous portrait of Riza by his follower Mu'in, 1673 Reza Abbasi Agha Reza Reza-e Abbasi (also Reza Abbasi ) (1565–1635)
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    • 10. He is considered to be one of the foremost Persian artists of all time. He received his training in the atelier of his father, Ali Asghar, and was received into the workshop of Shah Abbas I at a young age. At the age of about 38 he received the honorific title of Abbasi from his patron, but soon left the Shah's employ, apparently seeking greater freedom to associate with simple people. In 1610 he returned to the court and continued in the employ of the Shah until his death.
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    • 13. His specialty was the Persian miniature, with a preference for naturalistic subjects often portrayed in an effeminate and impressionistic manner, a style which came to be popular during the late Safavid court. Today his works can be found in the museum that bears his name in Tehran, and several western museums such as the Smithsonian, the Louvre and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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    • 23. Ali Qapu is rich in naturalistic wall paintings by Reza Abbassi, the court painter of Shah Abbas I, and his pupils
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    • 25. Sound : Azam Ali - Endless Reverie Text and pictures: Internet This image: Albizia julibrissin. Persian silk tree Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda