Mahmoud Farshchian

Mr.Farshchian
Master Mahmoud Farshchian was born on January 24, 1930 in Isfahan, where he grew up in the proximity of many architectural masterpieces that gradually and subliminally sharpened his awareness of proportion, color, and form. As a child of five, it became evident that his life would be devoted to art and painting. His father directed a leading carpet business and encouraged Mahmoud’s interest in design and planted the seeds of art in his heart.
While still in school, Farshchian was invited to learn painting from the famous masters of the time. After graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts in Isfahan, he went to Europe to study the works of Western artists. When he returned, he started his work in the General Office of Fine Arts (later the Ministry of Culture and Art), and after some time he was appointed as the administrator of National Arts and joined the Faculty of Fine Arts of Tehran University as art professor, continuing to create unique masterpieces. His works have been exhibited in galleries in throughout Asia, Europe and the United States.
Farshchian has since moved to the United States and resides in the Metropolitan area. He brought with him treasures, which were welcomed by Bibliotheque Nationale, British Library, Freer Gallery of Art, Metropolitan Museum, and Harvard University. His paintings are now on display in many outstanding galleries and museums of the world, as well as in private collections. He has received many awards, a doctorate in fine arts, and much praise from European academies and museums.
Master Farshchian has achieved a distinctive style and created a school of his own in painting. Some of his special talents are his wonderful sense of creativity, motive designs, creation of round spaces, smooth and powerful lines, and undulating colors. His works are a pleasing composition of nobility and innovation. His themes are cultivated from classic poetry, literature, the Koran, Christian, and Jewish Holy books, as well as his own deep imagination. His most outstanding works are based on human affections and moods, which appear most effectively in graceful faces and figures.
While painting, Farshchian often listens to music and the beautiful rhythms set the mood for his bounding, splashing, sometimes wire-thin brush. His pictures urge us to listen with inner ears to “sounds” as u-architectonic as his lines and forms. There is a rich interplay of gentle sounds: bird-calls, trickles, cascades, gurgles, swoops, and swooshes. His tempests, chilling blasts, raging fires, and blood-curdling cries are expressed so artfully that they never cross the threshold of true horror. So graceful is the whiplash that it cannot sting. Farshchian has told many tales on canvas in his unique expression of sur-naturalism.
You Can see one of his paint.
Farshchian

8 Comments

  1. Alex said,

    August 18, 2006 at 10:06 am

    سلام دوست گرامی
    سوالی داشتم: آیا اینجا نیز مثل بلاگفا میمونه ؟؟
    یعنی برای تغییر فونت یا قرار دادن موزیک در وبلاگ و یا …. چکار باید کنم؟؟
    ممنون میشم راهنمائی کنید…
    بدرود

  2. August 26, 2006 at 11:13 pm

    He is the master, I have one of his original works and your eyes just does not get tired from looking at his work.

  3. Mona said,

    February 25, 2007 at 5:58 am

    I recently visited his art museum in tehran .. and i fell in love with his work , even more than i already was … it was awsome , ovserving the beauty of the work from such a close distance..

    Long live the master, whose work is a prominent gesture towards the inner beauty that humans are supposed to have.

  4. MARIA REGINA CUNHA said,

    March 6, 2008 at 11:21 pm

    MY NAME IS MARIA REGINA AND I AM FROM BRASIL.
    WHEN I FIRST SAW YOUR MARVELLOUS WORK IN INTERNET, I BECAME FASCINATED.
    HOW WONDERFUL THEY ARE.
    MY EYES ARE HAPPY EVERY TIME I SAW THEM.
    IT IS VERY GREATFUL TO KNOW THAT WE HAVE AN ARTIST LIKE YOU.
    CONGRATULATIONS, AND HOW WE SAY HERE IN MY COUNTRY, “GOD BLESS YOU”

  5. farah babaei said,

    May 15, 2008 at 5:58 am

    كارهاتون بسيار زيباست.
    پاينده باشيد.

  6. ایرج رشنوادی said,

    November 4, 2008 at 7:33 pm

    آرزو دارم که بتوانم تمام آثار شمارا ببینم ، بدور از هرگونه تعارف می گویم نشتستن و ساعتها نگاه کردن به هر یک از اثر ها که چه عرض نمایم فقط یکی از خطوطی که حاصل حرکت دست شما باشد لذت می برم دستتان را می بوسم آرزوی عمری طولانی توام با تندرستی برایتان دارم امیدوارم بتوانم از نزدیک شمارا ببینم

  7. Susan said,

    January 14, 2010 at 1:20 pm

    Dear Mr. Farshchian,
    Your works are so beautiful that one cane not describe his, her complete feeling about it. I just cane tel you that in my eye it look like Ha fez poems. There are so many thing in your painting that touches the deepest en highest feeling of you.
    With so many respect,
    Susan

  8. maryam said,

    November 28, 2010 at 2:02 pm

    سلام خیلی خوشحالم میتونم با شما صحبت کنم خودم مینیاتورکار میکنم اما فکرمیکنم حرفه ای نیستم ممنون میشم اگه کمکی کنید که بیشتر با این هنر اشنا شم وتوشهری که من زندگی میکنم امکاناتی برای این هنر نیست اگه مقدور به ای میلم جواب بدید لطفا


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