Sadegh Tabrizi Calligraphy

I found my way onto the website of Iran’s Elahe Gallery recently, where Sadegh Tabrizi’s calligraphy caught my eye. I wish I knew a way to buy his work, because I think it’s really amazing and very different from other calligraphy I’ve seen, which tends to be much daintier, though I think the other stuff is gorgeous, too. My Persian reading skills aren’t good enough to make out much calligraphy yet, but I still love it – and Tabrizi’s work is really cool. If I hear back from the gallery regarding purchasing this work or if anyone reading this knows and could let me know, I’ll update this post.

Happy Yalda, everyone. (And happy birthday, baby sister.)

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Well, my Persian is, well, non-existent, but it’s beautiful nonetheless.

Hi Sepideh,

I sent this message through another website but was not sure if it went through so if you get it twice, please forgive me. I have a collection of my dad’s work here (visit the website listed above) but if it is calligraphy in particular, I can help you with that.

Let me know.




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