Iranian Sculptors: Abolhassan Khan Sadighi, Naser Houshmand Vaziri, Parviz Tanavoli, Hossein Zenderoudi, Pantea Rahmani, Jazeh Tabatabai

Iranian Sculptors: Abolhassan Khan Sadighi, Naser Houshmand Vaziri, Parviz Tanavoli, Hossein Zenderoudi, Pantea Rahmani, Jazeh Tabatabai

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Chapters: Abolhassan Khan Sadighi, Naser Houshmand Vaziri, Parviz Tanavoli, Hossein Zenderoudi, Pantea Rahmani, Jazeh Tabatabai, Siah Armajani, Bita Fayyazi. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 26. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Abolhassan Sadighi (Persian Ostd Abolhassan khn Sadigh) (1894 1995) was one of the most prominent Iranian sculptors and painters and was known as the Master Sadighi. He was born in Tehran in 1894. Influenced by his family's encouragement, he entered the Alliance school after finishing his primary education. There, while learning various subjects, he instinctly was attracted to painting and drawing without any teaching or guidance. His love for painting and drawing went on to become the student of Master Kamal-al-Molk Ghaffari and soon due to his untiring efforts he became one of the most remarkable art students of the Master Kamal-al-Molk. At the end of his educational time in the School of Fine Arts ( ) that Master Kamal-al-Molk, appointed him as an instructor of painting and drawing to that school. Shortly after his employment he began to find himself with a secret attraction towards sculpture. Without adequate means, he ventured to create his first stucco bust of a child and offered it to his great Master, Kamal-al-Molk. Master Abolhassan Khan Sadighi's innovative first sculpture was the beginning of a new movement in the art of sculpture in modern-Iran. After numerous experiences in creating plaster sculptures, he made his first stone sculpture on a stucco model of Venus de Milo. The sculpture received so much credit and praise that Kamal-al-Molk took his apprentice and the Venus sculpture to the Imperial Court, and introduced him to Ahmad Shah of the Qajar dynasty. Then, after that meeting, he was offered a monthly salary from the order of Ahmad Shah a...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=9827164