Mohammad Ehsaei

Mohammad Ehsaei

Mohammad Ehsaei was born in 1939, Qazvin.

He is a graduate of the faculty of Fine Arts of Tehran University. This Iranian prolific artist in the field of graphic arts, calligraphy and painting has a lot of skills and reputations. For the first time, Ehsaei taught graphicism at the Faculty of Fine Arts and generally considered him the founder of calligraphy painting in Iran, because he was the first to use the letters as a means of expression.

He, who was capable of calligraphy from the painters of Saghakhaneh, and the reason was loyalty to the calligraphy traditions and the connection to the actual form of the letters and his approach from calligraphy to painting.

He used the visual and conceptual arrays of painting in his calligraphy, which the artist did a few years after the painters of Saghakhaneh, initially with opposition and then faced with a series of calligraphy imitations.

He has also been more successful in painting and developing it than others, and has so far enjoyed great interest in both domestic and international arenas, especially his works in a number of consecutive Christie's auctions, and have been a record deal for the sale of works of art.

Among the activities of the artist are the holding of numerous exhibitions inside and outside the country, the awarding of world awards, teaching at art universities, membership in the Board of Trustees of Calligraphy and Graphic Designers Association of Iran, and arbitration of various biennial arts.

This graphist artist and poetry writer has written Divan Hafez from 2003 by Nastaliq, and the Qur’an with Reyhan.

He also designed and executed 230 square meters of embossed glazed pottery for the Iranian embassy in Abu Dhabi, UAE in 1988-2008.

He is also known as an author and art expert

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Mohammad Ehsaei (b. 1939) Untitled

Signed Oil on canvas 75 x 75 x 3 cm

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Mohammad Ehsaei (b. 1939) Untitled

Signed, 1980 Oil on canvas 100 x 70 x 1 cm

CAMA Gallery Opening Ceremony

London Gallery

CAMA Gallery Opening Ceremony

group exhibition, 28 November - 01 January

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