Hossein Behzad, Iranian artist2

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2 Persian miniature Hossein Behzad

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Rudaki, 1948

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Old man and harp, 1955 - National Museum of Art

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The old man and his harp

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The sound of the music, 1961

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Omar Khayyam

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Omar Khayyam

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Khayyam 1946; National Museum of Art

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Khayyam 1954; Behzad museum

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If you proclaim the beauty then you're right, 1933 The Musicians

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Khosrow Parviz and passengers Khosrow Anushiravan and Minister

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Khosrow Parviz hunting

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The Young woman and the bird, 1960

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Drunk bartender Dreaming of the Beloved, 1951

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Doubt; Behzad Museum Harvard University Art Museum

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Illustrations  for the "The  Rubaiyat  of Omar Khayyam” In the ear of my heart

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We don't need anything because of our darling is here

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And lately, by the Tavern Door agape…   Omar Khayyam

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God's creation, 1953

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Illustrations  for the "The  Rubaiyat  of Omar Khayyam”

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Illustrations  for the "The  Rubaiyat  of Omar Khayyam”

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Illustrations  for the "The  Rubaiyat  of Omar Khayyam”

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Illustrations  for the "The  Rubaiyat  of Omar Khayyam”

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Illustrations  for the "The  Rubaiyat  of Omar Khayyam”

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Illustrations  for the "The  Rubaiyat  of Omar Khayyam”

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Illustrations  for the "The  Rubaiyat  of Omar Khayyam”

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Illustrations  for the "The  Rubaiyat  of Omar Khayyam”

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Last night the ceramic amphora was broken

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Miniature is always painted inside a frame which represents an opening to an ideal world made of beauty and dream. “Beauty is the perception of eternity”  Oh, Thou, who Man of baser Earth didst make…

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If the wine merchant could satisfy the aspirations of the libertines

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Illustrations  for the "The  Rubaiyat  of Omar Khayyam”

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Illustrations  for the "The  Rubaiyat  of Omar Khayyam” And, strange to tell, among that Earthen Lot

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Illustrations  for the "The  Rubaiyat  of Omar Khayyam”

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Portrait

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In Iran, in Asia and all over the world, there are traces of this art named « miniature ». During the 13th and 14th centuries, many schools of Persian miniature developed, each of them having its own style. Persian miniature greatly expanded: schools among the most famous were created in Tabriz and Herat and later in Isfahan. More recently, the great Master Hossein Behzâd (1894-1968) became the leader of a new school of miniaturist painters. Influenced by western art which he discovered in the French museums, he introduced a new style of miniature and acquired an exceptional reputation among contemporary miniaturists. Greatly inspired by the miniatures of the Safavid period at his beginnings, he seeked to mix tradition and modernity . He became internationally known and won many awards including the 'first class medal of the ministry of culture' from Iran in 1949 and the 'first class medal of international painting' from Minneapolis, USA in 1958. To celebrate the millennium of Avicenna, in 1953 he held an exhibition at the Iran Bastan Museum. This caused a sensation and was seen by many international visitors. The paintings on show, which took ten years to complete, included the life of Ferdowsi and the Maedan Arch. The exhibition became particularly important to scholars of oriental studies. In an article for the Vatan newspaper of Istanbul, Professor Soheil Anwar wrote, "Behzad , this great artist does not belong only to Iran. He now belongs to the world” Hossein Behzad

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