Unveiled in 2001, The Farshchian Museum sits nestled in the central gardens of Sa'dabad Palace located in Tehran, Iran.
Farshchian statue in front of the his museum at Sa'dabai Palace.
Unveiled in 2001, The Farshchian Museum sits nestled in the central gardens of Sa'd Abaad Palace located in Tehran, Iran. It is surrounded by various other museums exhibiting historical art and modern artworks. The various palaces are interspersed throughout the lush landscape of the complex, dating back to late Qajars and first Pahlavies. All have been restored and transformed into modern day museums.
While Farshchian's masterpieces have been hosted by numerous museums and exhibitions worldwide, the museum at Sa'd Abaad Palace is solely devoted to his work.
Master Farshchian was awarded this museum based on his tremendous contributions in the world of art. Open 6 days a week to the public, it contains several galleries, which exhibit early and contemporary original works by Farshchian. Art students tour daily to study these originals also found in their art textbooks, while tourists from all over the world can now enjoy a firsthand viewing of these stunning works of fine art.