|Works by Iranian painter Davud Qanbari on display in Paris||
Qanbari, who has been living in France for the past 40 years, has held several exhibits in the country, Iran’s Cultural Center in Paris has announced on its website.
His interest in Iran and its rich art and culture have long been the major source of inspiration for the artist.
He regards paintings the best means to narrate feelings and communicate with others.
Qanbari’s works are mostly a combination of calligraphy, Persian miniatures, illuminations and several others, each telling a story, a poem, and a dream.
The exhibit, which opened on January 20, will be running until January 31 at the center.
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