|Información de la foto|
|Copyright: Maziyar Pazouki (mazmaz)
|Tomada el: 2004-02-29|
|Categorías: Vida cotidiana|
|Cámara: Canon PowerShot A40|
|Versión de la foto: Versión original|
|Fecha enviada: 2005-05-10 0:56|
|[Normas para las notas] Notas del fotógrafo|
|Isfahan: A World Of Art|
Isfahan may be well named the city of Iranian handicraft and traditional arts. The global fame of Isfahan's traditional arts and handicraft is age-old. The products of this form of art constitute a major part of Iran's export, particularly to Europe.The contemporary traditional arts and handicraft of Isfahan is in fact a continuation of the Safavid period art by master craftsmen. The objects they produce are appreciated and welcomed by Iranians and foreigners alike, and constitute a major item in exports from Isfahan.Carpet weaving, engraving, miniature painting, Inlaid work, tile making, brocade, calico and enamelwork are among the most important forms of art in Isfahan.The contemporary artists of Isfahan have made new innovations in recent years in the areas of miniature painting, tile making and engraving.Isfahan also has a long lasting musical tradition. Today, scholars of music speak of the Isfahan style in the Iranian music.
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Good portrait. I must say, I may have shot at an angle to leave out the watch and to not create red eye.