A collection of calligraphy and calligraphic painting works as well as portraits of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) is on display in an exhibition at Sa’dabad Cultural-Historical Complex in northern Tehran.
TEHRAN (Iran News) –A collection of calligraphy and calligraphic painting works as well as portraits of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) is on display in an exhibition at Sa’dabad Cultural-Historical Complex in northern Tehran.
The artworks on display span from the Zand era (1750-1794) to contemporary times, IRNA reported on Wednesday.
Entitled “Love of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH)”, the exhibit opened on the occasion of the prophet’s birthday on Tuesday.
The opening ceremony was attended by notable cultural figures and artists, including Seyyed Hossein Alavi, the director of the complex, private collectors Mehdi Atiqi Moqadam, Majid Qeisari, and Alireza Kiakazemi, as well as renowned calligrapher Yadollah Kaboli Khansari.
The exhibition showcases a wide range of captivating artwork, including a remarkable portrait of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) created by Sana’ al-Mulk and adorned with exquisite illuminations by Seyyed Abolqasem Mozhhab-Bashi.
Works of renowned artists like Mir Hossein Tork, Mirza Mehdi Sharif Shirazi, Mirza Aqa Imami, and Hossein Qullar Aqasi are also on display.
The exhibition also features masterpieces by contemporary artists such as Gholam Hossein Amirkhani, Abbas Akhavin, and the late Ali Reza Rahajjiri.
The exhibition will be running for two weeks.
- source : Tehrantimes
Original News : https://irannewsdaily.com/2023/10/love-of-prophet-mohammad-pbuh-exhibit-opens-in-sadabad-palace/