Mahmoud Farshchian Prints
Now you can enjoy the brilliance and excellence of the Master's select masterpieces in your home or office. These high-quality, beautifully produced prints will astonish you, as they capture the essence of the Master's most dazzling works of art. Colors and fine details are richly reproduced and offered on a variety of mediums and sizes to best suit your personal tastes and decor. Now is your chance to bring the majesty of Mahmoud Farshchian's spirit and talent into your home to enjoy and inspire each and every day. Order now, all prints are accompanied by a letter of authenticity.
Master Farshchian believes that kindness and love of humans must
extend to nature and animals.
In this painting, under the female subject's hand is a Tiger that wants to
devour the deer. She grace..
Based test on a poem written around 1200 by the Sufi poet Farid ud-Din Attar and based on the myth and legend of Simurgh, a benevolent mythical bird, equated to the Phoenix.
Stories of Simurgh can b..
In this painting, the angel prays for unity, love, and peace as
one of her wings faces the East and the other faces the West.Original Artwork Dimensions (in): 18.5" x 19.78" (75.5cm x 47cm)Year..
This painting is based on a poem written by the Sufi poet, Farid
ud-Din Attar around the year 1200. In Iranian art, the Simurgh, similar to the Phoenix, is depicted as a winged
creature in the shape..
"Quo Vadis?" is a Latin phrase translating to
"Where are you Going?" or, poetically, "Whither Goest
In this painting, Master Farshchian depicts the freedom to take flight. The
birds on the ..
Inside all of us there is an inner struggle between good and
evil – the id and superego; the old nature and new nature; nirvana and karma;
the spirit and flesh.In this painting, the woman is confron..
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