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d'ART ID#: 138362
Length: 36.00 in (91.44 cm)
Height: 24.00 in (60.96 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created:
Media Types:
Acrylic , Canvas
Style & Subject:
Art Nouveau , Figurative , Musical
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Sabzi
Exaltation
Sabzi
Original Paintings - US $6,460.00

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"Exaltation" by Sabzi
Original Acrylic Painting on Canvas (stretched canvas)
Certificate of Authenticity Included

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Sabzi's work explores the relationships between women,earthly beauty,and music.
His figures live in a duality, being both quiet and expressive,bold and subdued.
His Subjects,mostly women,are put on a pedestal,They are elevated to a supernatural,
or metaphysical status.Sabzi is also influenced by music. He is able to translate a sense
of sound into the visual media of his paintings.


Born in Ahwaz, Persia, Sabzi started painting at the age of twelve; encouraged in his early progression as an artist by his parents and inspiring teachers.
Sabzi's subjects are almost always women – beautiful, graceful, taciturn and melancholy; they reflect love, mystery and solitude. His women are Madonnas, modern goddesses and martyred saints whose elongated forms suggest instability and internal conflict. According to Sabzi, their anonymous faces make them into religious icons that transcend and defy the demands of reality; reflecting warmth, charm, happiness, and his undisputed love and admiration for women.

His paintings resonates both Eastern and Western philosophies.His rich Persian heritage provides him with ancient images, sentimental Persian themes and memories of innocence. He draws from the Western influence of modernism found in the works of Klee, Cezanne, Matisse and Bonnard.

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