Farah Ossouli (Persian: فرح اصولی, born 1953 in Zanjan, Iran) is an Iranian painter, based in Tehran. She is known for her modern interpretation of Persian miniature. Often her work draws on issues related to women's life, Persian poetry, and classical western art.
|Born||1953 (age 66–67)|
Her work is often created in gouache and watercolor and features subjects found in Persian miniature painting set in contemporary themes, subjects may include women, men, grapes, birds, flowers, grapes, among other things. Her work replaced the text often found in traditional miniature painting with blocks of color and the scale of the figures is manipulated.
She has chaired the 6th Tehran Contemporary Painting Biennial, held in 2003.
Her work has been collected in many public art collections including, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, among others. She has held solo exhibitions in the United States, Europe, Iran, and participated in group exhibition in many other countries.
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their dad, film maker Khosrow Sinai, and his two wives, Farah Ossouli and Gizella Varga-Sinai,
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artists like Farah Ossouli (born 1953) working in Iran. She has chosen the medium of Persian miniature painting as the point of departure for her art. In her paintings, Ossuli replaces the spaces for text with fields of color and manipulates the scale of the figures, many of which are women.
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- Official website
- Interview: What Came From Her Heart Taught Us Her Art - Farah Ossouli (2016) from Tehran Times